How cities are battling extreme heat

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July 27, 2023

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How cities are battling extreme heat, and why record-breaking temps don't tell the whole story

Ladd Keith, an expert on heat policy and governance, explains how this year's heat wave extends well beyond Phoenix, how cities are addressing extreme heat and why record-breaking temperatures are an incomplete benchmark for understanding the effects of scorching heat.

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UArizona will help local substance-use recovery program reach more Native American women

The UArizona New Dawn-Warrior Women project is helping expand the reach of Tucson's Native Ways Program, which helps clients with substance use recovery while incorporating Native American culture and traditions.

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UArizona expert, cited by Supreme Court, explains ruling on Indian Child Welfare Act

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Indian Child Welfare Act, which helps keep Native American adoptees with their families and tribes. Barbara Atwood, a professor emerita of law, discusses the act's history and the arguments in the case.

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