How to redesign our cities to make them heatwave-proof
Can vibrant neighbourhoods stop heat from being a killer? Extreme heat is becoming more common across the globe, and we are going to have to get used to it. Tim Harford examines the events of Chicago’s deadly 1995 heatwave, revealing how a strong community, as well as greener streets, could be key to curbing this ever-growing danger.
From Financial Times