Kelly Sanders

Associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, USC

Associate Professor in the University of Southern California’s Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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Warren Olney talks about the blackout during the Texas deep freeze with meteorologist John Morales and USC energy expert Kelly Sanders.

Texas blames blackouts on the Green New Deal, and Joe Biden says ‘America’s back’

Warren Olney talks about the blackout during the Texas deep freeze with meteorologist John Morales and USC energy expert Kelly Sanders.

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This Labor Day weekend might be the hottest on record in LA. Temperatures may climb as high as 15 to 20 degrees above normal. It’s being called a “heat storm.”

Triple digit heat in LA this Labor Day weekend — what that means for the most vulnerable residents

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