TheVoiceOfJoyce Mapping heat deserts in NYC, shows areas of intense heat in the South Bronx and other poor areas of NYC. it can be 8 degrees warmer in these areas, then other areas of the City. In heat deserts, there is no shade and 370 people die annually from the heat. Why can’t we provide an alternative energy source to poor people, heat pumps, air conditioning and plant trees? When and how can all the people be recognized, seen and helped to survive? Can the City or a non profit help save poor lives? This year is predicted to be the coolest of the next few years. We’ve been warned!

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