BBC (2020)

Bryan Lufkin

‘Heat gap’: Why some city districts are hotter than others

One would think that each inhabitant of a city is living in the same climate as every other person in the city. This article states that this assumption is not true. In fact, one neighbourhood can be 11 degrees Celsius hotter than the one next to it. What can explain this drastic difference in temperature and how is it related to social inequality?

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