Low-income communities learn to tackle climate-fueled heat


              Residents attend an event hosted by Arizona State University graduate design students at Academia del Pueblo charter school, Friday, Sept 28, 2022, in Phoenix. Community members were learning how to organize and advocate for cooler, greener, healthier neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            
              Environmental activist Reggie Carrillo, right, speaks with a community member, Friday, Sept 28, 2022, in Phoenix. Carrillo has benefited from one of several nonprofit initiatives to educate and engage residents about climate fueled heat that disproportionately affects low income neighborhoods of color. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            
              Residents attend an event hosted by Arizona State University graduate design students at Academia del Pueblo charter school, Friday, Sept 28, 2022, in Phoenix. Community members were learning how to organize and advocate for cooler, greener, healthier neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            
              Arizona State University graduate design professor Chingwen Cheng speaks at Academia del Pueblo charter school, Friday, Sept 28, 2022, in Phoenix. Community members were learning how to organize and advocate for cooler, greener, healthier neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            
              Residents look at a map of central Phoenix to find locations for a cool corridor at an event hosted by Arizona State University graduate design students at Academia del Pueblo charter school, Friday, Sept 28, 2022, in Phoenix. Community members were learning how to organize and advocate for cooler, greener, healthier neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Matt York)
            
              Environmental activist Reggie Carrillo speaks with community members, Friday, Sept 28, 2022, in Phoenix. Carrillo has benefited from one of several nonprofit initiatives to educate and engage residents about climate fueled heat that disproportionately affects low income neighborhoods of color. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Low-income communities learn to tackle climate-fueled heat