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Thank you to our event sponsor:

Speakers included:
    • Eric Klineberg, author of Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago

    • Benjamin Strong, Senior Director of Emergency Preparedness at NYC’s Department for the Aging
    • Jainey Bavishi, Director, Mayor’s Office of Resiliency
Keeping New Yorkers Cool During A Global Pandemic
New Yorkers respond to hot summers by spending more time outside our apartments, at the beach or pool, and in air-conditioned spaces such as movie theaters and libraries. During a typical summer, New York City creates cooling centers during dangerous heat waves to help elderly and vulnerable neighbors access safe, cool spaces. In Summer 2020, these options are likely to be severely limited.

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CHPC Policy Responses to    COVID-19

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