This month's scorching heat wave broke records around the world. The Algerian city of Ouargla, with a population of half a million, had a temperature of 124.3 degrees Fahrenheit on July 6, the hottest reliably measured temperature on record in Africa.
Texans have suffered repeatedly from flooding when slow-moving storm systems from the Gulf stalled instead of passing through rapidly.
How are cyber security and environmental health linked? Just look at the health mess – still! – in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria leveled the grid.
"It's really shocking that we found such a significant effect on a population that is usually considered immune to these heat exposures"
"It's just crazy to think the county would want to divert millions of dollars from these funds for one over-the-top building renovation project."