A well-known measure called wet-bulb temperature has exceeded the temperature at which humans can no longer regulate body heat.
An April 22 Facebook Live event brought together experts to address the intersection of climate change and health and to share steps that communities and individuals can take to mitigate negative effects and build resilience.
AAAS has partnered with pilot initiatives in Missouri and Colorado to integrate scientists with local and state policy-makers.
Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe advises those feeling hopeless about climate change to think about who you are and what you value.
Project's report, multimedia and other resources explore innovative actions taken by 18 U.S. communities to address impact of climate change.