Esther Margulies

USC professor of landscape architecture and urbanism

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Another heatwave is sweeping through California this week. Some regions could see record-breaking temperatures above 110 degrees. Death Valley could hit 130 degrees.

Potentially deadly heat wave is coming (again). How can we adapt our bodies and infrastructure?

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