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Can trees help save Phoenix from extreme heat?

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It’s time to stop looking at trees as a form of “beautification.” They are, instead, a living form of infrastructure, providing a variety of services that include stormwater management, air filtering, carbon sequestration, and, most importantly for a city like Phoenix, Arizona, they cool the environment around them.

Trees can lower neighborhood temperatures in three ways:
1) Their shade prevents solar radiation from hitting paved surfaces like concrete and asphalt, which absorb energy and rerelease it into the air as heat.
2) Their leaves pull heat from the immediate area in order to evapotranspirate water that’s drawn from the soil.
And, 3) If you’re standing under one, a tree protects your body directly from the sun’s rays. If you’ve ever made a summer visit to a dry, hot city like Phoenix, you’ll know how important shade is for making any outdoor experiences tolerable.

As Phoenix deals with a rising frequency of extreme heat waves - which aren’t only deadly, but also cause worrisome spikes in energy demand - the city is looking to trees as part of its heat mitigation strategy. Phoenix isn’t devoid of trees, but they’re distributed unevenly across the city. A quick glance at a satellite image of the metro area reveals substantial green splotches in the north and east and brown ones in the south and west, where many lower-income neighborhoods are located.

So Phoenix recently pledged to reach “tree equity” by 2030, under an agreement with American Forests, a national tree organization. I visited Phoenix recently to take a look at the current state of the city’s urban forest. In this video, we use drone imagery and thermal cameras to understand how the urban design of the city contributes to extreme heat, and what it can do to cool down.

This is the first video of five videos we're releasing on climate change. You can watch the second video, about high-voltage transmission lines ⚡️ and why the US isn't ready for clean energy, here: trvid.com/video/video-s3ScJ_FwaZk.html

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Further reading:

Tree Equity Score Tool by American Forests treeequityscore.org

Assessment of heat mitigation strategies in Phoenix by Arizona State University www.phoenix.gov/parkssite/Doc...

Urban Heat Implications from Parking, Roads, and Cars par.nsf.gov/servlets/purl/102...

“Phoenix pledges tree equity for all neighborhoods by 2030” by KJZZ kjzz.org/content/1677263/phoe...

Phoenix Draft Climate Action Plan: www.phoenix.gov/oep/cap

Phoenix tree bank www.phoenix.gov/sustainabilit...

“50 Grades of Shade” by Ariane Middel journals.ametsoc.org/view/jou...

“A New Investigation About Who’s Getting Sick From Heat-Related Illness Should Be a Wakeup Call for America” by Mother Jones www.motherjones.com/environme...

“As rising heat bakes US cities, the poor often feel it most” by NPR www.npr.org/2019/09/03/754044...

“Can trees really cool our cities down?” by The Conversation theconversation.com/can-trees...

“Trees are key to fighting urban heat, but cities keep losing them” by NPR www.npr.org/2019/09/04/755349...

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Thanks for watching and commenting! Quick note for those saying desert cities "shouldn't exist" ... that's a very tempting thought, one that I admit I shared when walking around Phoenix in August, but keep this in mind: Heating uses more energy than cooling. I think cities with frigid winters are older and more established in the US so we think they're normal and assume their right to exist but walking around Chicago in January is as painful (maybe more?) than a Phoenix summer. We can't all live in San Diego, so rather than condemn entire cities in the west, it's more helpful to think about how we can plan, adapt, and re-design to make them more sustainable and livable in the future. -joss
mark brown
mark brown 10 gün önce
@Stack Hat majority of water is used for agriculture. Where do you think you salad comes from during December.
mark brown
mark brown 10 gün önce
@Jacob B Walters there is no shortage of water in the Us. Its just in the wrong places. I see water pipelines in our future.
mark brown
mark brown 10 gün önce
good point, I don't run heat at all during the cooler months in phoenix.
Ken Wahlman
Ken Wahlman 12 gün önce
As a third generation Arizonan, And the grandson of a prominent architect we could learn a lot from our past. The city of Phoenix was designed for farming. There is an incredible vast network of irrigation pipes beneath the city streets, as kids we would cool off in them and beneath the trees that grew beside them, also we would on many days eat a meal of the pecans that were a favorite of the farmers in the area. houses were originally built to self cool and the property's around them to retain the cooling nature of the property. My grandmas house was post and beam the crawl space was vented and wet burlap was placed over the vents to act as swamp cooling, the ceilings were high with transoms over the doors and a cooling tower in the middle to promote the hotter air to flow out. They were dirt poor but ingenious in how things were built. The invention of air conditioning killed this technology, and the burring of our beloved irrigation canals killed the trees. Some of us miss old phoenix.
Regular Fanta
Regular Fanta 14 gün önce
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Aquatic desert
Aquatic desert Saatler önce
Vox is so liberal
CYLITM
CYLITM 4 saatler önce
I don't live there (I live in TX) but I've been there before and it gets incredibly hot, especially in the summer. Like past 110°F. Just touching a car can hurt.
Martin Kormány
Martin Kormány 5 saatler önce
Why is she so close to the screen ?
Liim
Liim 6 saatler önce
Ok I’ve only watched 31 seconds but from what I see there the Heath and poverty map makes sense in a way that it’s gonna be warmer in or near the cities and there is going to be more poverty in the city so what you said in the first 31 seconds makes no sense
Adam Palmer
Adam Palmer 9 saatler önce
The amount of water that it takes to keep those 2 trees alive is gonna be much cheaper than 30% of your power bill. It doesn’t take much water if you plant the right trees! You have to change things if you want the City to make changes!💯🌳✅
efjayadi
efjayadi 15 saatler önce
"The city's *GRAPPLING* with an increase in heat related deaths" Khabib : finally worthy opponent
kye carlin
kye carlin 20 saatler önce
Does anyone know how much one bus stop cover could cost? I’m wondering if encouraging our representatives here in Phoenix to reallocate funds to providing something as simple as canopies for bus stops was unsuccessful, could a go-fund-me help to provide the shade necessary? I know it’s one of the many issues mentioned here, but this seems like something that should have been handled years ago.
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Tom Lastname
Tom Lastname Gün önce
Great! Let's plant more trees! Oh wait, we are in the middle of a massive drought and the water levels around the state are so low that the federal government are about to issue massive water saving mandates and making people use water free landscaping as in no grass, no plants, and NO TREES. So yeah, let's plant more trees! Because, climate change and poverty.... Good job with a not researching beyond surface level "climate change" and "poverty."
Lyle Barnard
Lyle Barnard Gün önce
Homeless people and gravel yards
Yaluaz
Yaluaz Gün önce
A problem in my neighborhood Maryvale/Phoenix, is that all the trees are weak or planted in one small area. When the monsoon season hit the strong storms make them come down from the winds or heavy rain.
ANaea
ANaea Gün önce
Saying there was a clear correlation is a bit of a stretch
naveen udawella
naveen udawella 2 gün önce
vehicle ownership is 1 in 4. that's very low. (shakes head in disapproval) claims there are too many parking lots.
mark naples
mark naples 2 gün önce
just color da roads white so the sun doesnt go down on the black sun
Nathan Harrison
Nathan Harrison 2 gün önce
Well done. Thank you. What need to be done seems pretty clear. Hopefully AZ does it.
Adam Fraser
Adam Fraser 3 gün önce
abolish cars
Eduardo Silva
Eduardo Silva 3 gün önce
This is a very artistic video. I felt the heat when you were walking on those streets. Congratulations for the good work
Chris G
Chris G 3 gün önce
Phoenix does not have the WATER to cover the city with trees!! The reservoirs are already historically low and planting more trees will further the crisis.
Jared Mitchell
Jared Mitchell 3 gün önce
nothing of the history of the Golden Barrio and that the city of Phoenix tried to convert it from residential into an industrial neighborhood? Not surprised there is a large undeveloped lot, had city planners had their way no one would be living there.
Hilux
Hilux 3 gün önce
heat? just go to asian countries xD i bet y'all cant survive the heat that we have right now hahahaha
Imran Khan
Imran Khan 3 gün önce
Plant more trees and make everything eco friendly
Visuual 2
Visuual 2 3 gün önce
Republicans won’t let us
Ripz-TnT
Ripz-TnT 3 gün önce
Very good video. Editing, content, cinematography - all superb.
Dean Johnson
Dean Johnson 4 gün önce
It's hot everywhere in Phoenix. The correlation between heat and poverty is ridiculous. You couldn't pay me enough to live in that heat.
HAmerberty
HAmerberty 4 gün önce
I don't agree with the connection of heat and poverty. The heat map is due to urban heat island effect. So the heat map is actually a population map. And you can connect almost anything with population density. So connecting heat and poverty is a irresponsible conclusion.
marrrk yeeet
marrrk yeeet 4 gün önce
one slight problem with trees is that when monsoon season comes only the older trees with deep roots still stand
xgriffin22
xgriffin22 4 gün önce
Although an important topic, the intro comparing two visuals of poverty and heat is not good reporting/ analysis. Doesn't help to just say, "it's obvious".
ostreds
ostreds 4 gün önce
huh, much of arizona and the city of phoenix is a freakin desert....it's going to be hot.....DUHHHHHHHHHHH.
Ersin Avseren
Ersin Avseren 5 gün önce
Dont wash your cars every week, instead water your trees. Dont have lawns or fancy flowers, instead have large covering trees. You can re-use most of your water waste as watering your garden. Just be innovative. You dont have to water your trees directly from the tap. Learn how to re-use water.
PV
PV 5 gün önce
It's because green plants absorb the sun yo
BlackCell22
BlackCell22 5 gün önce
What you were talking about is called the heat island effect
BlackCell22
BlackCell22 5 gün önce
Phoenix is stupider than Vegas. Its one of the least inhospitable areas in the country, has none of its own water, and yet they grow water intensive crops like cotton there. They are fast growing and fast running out of water. No one should live there.
Friddle Fries
Friddle Fries 6 gün önce
i live in ga but theres companies making more buildings and taking the trees down and it legit feels hotter than my neighborhood and closer to other tree-y areas
Sagacious Eagle
Sagacious Eagle 6 gün önce
She had to go to Phoenix to produce a 6:48 video.
Curious Imbecile
Curious Imbecile 6 gün önce
@1:03 very bright idea to have a black coloured exterior in a location with ample sunlight and heat. If phx is hot, then this guy's house will be the oven.
oscar angga
oscar angga 6 gün önce
Just plant more tree
Saber kok
Saber kok 6 gün önce
I guess lky was very smart indeed.
Paul Smith
Paul Smith 7 gün önce
But if you plant trees you can’t park on your front yard anymore.
davidlopizza
davidlopizza 7 gün önce
im crying get me out of phoenix why'd we get our own video omggg it's too hot here
Bravo Yab
Bravo Yab 7 gün önce
People surprised they live in a desert lol
Jesse Perez
Jesse Perez 7 gün önce
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kung fu kenny
kung fu kenny 7 gün önce
I only moved here cause I don’t have a good relationship w my mom and my dad lives here but I hate it 😫
Manny F
Manny F 8 gün önce
Climate change lol lived in Phoenix my whole life.... It has always been this hot.. nice try!
notzachmccarthy
notzachmccarthy 8 gün önce
As a former plumber in Phoenix most of the those homes don’t have prober plumbing for the trees. Most of them still have Orangeburg plumbing, and the roots would destroy their plumbing leaving people in hazardous conditions
J J
J J 8 gün önce
0:30. Yo that’s a spurious correlation. The heat island effect is going to be higher in cities. And so is childhood poverty. Downvoted. Edit: also the average water bill in phoenix is significantly below average. They can afford to water a tree
yuriydee
yuriydee 8 gün önce
Get rid of all the parking lots and gigantic roads as well as planting more trees. Instead of 4 lane road convert 2 lanes to plant trees and maybe native plants (not grass).
Jerry Jada
Jerry Jada 8 gün önce
Stretching with this vox those maps didnt show a correlation and even if it did, correlation isnt causation
Pro Player
Pro Player 8 gün önce
ill grow some trees. thanks foe the info
janet sanders
janet sanders 8 gün önce
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C 9 gün önce
Driven through Phoenix a few times, once it was like 120 degrees or something. Not sure why people live there? I guess work?
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I live in Russia. We have special irrigation trucks that cool the asphalt by spraying water from the tank in hot weather
sweetbriar huslin
sweetbriar huslin 9 gün önce
i will never understand why anyone would live in a desert but then again ive never been in a desert
Shahab Hassan
Shahab Hassan 9 gün önce
Correlation =/= Causation
AfricanH3ro
AfricanH3ro 9 gün önce
Maybe we should't have built a massive city smack dab in the middle of the desert.
helo friends
helo friends 9 gün önce
it's in the f**kin desert what do you expect
Nashy119
Nashy119 10 gün önce
Comments seem to think deserts are like a permanent unchanging feature of the planet.
Almohisen Hayath Bathru
USA has more money to spend on dictators, coups, wars, and financing of Israel, egypt, Pakistan etc,. But they don't have money to plant trees and give water, even beggers here in asia have bigger heart than buggers in USA administration....USA has more money to spend on dictators, coups, wars, and financing of Israel, egypt, Pakistan etc,. But they don't have money to plant trees and give water, even beggers have bigger heart than buggers in USA administration....
Jessewastaken
Jessewastaken 10 gün önce
yeah it seems like the city of phoenix is designed to be as baking as possible.
Christopher Hubble
Christopher Hubble 10 gün önce
wait… so the solution is to add more TREES in the middle of the DESERT? Where is all that water going to come from?
Nicole Ross
Nicole Ross 10 gün önce
Phoenix will not be livable in the next 10 years. Water is very valuable and expensive in a very hot climate. More and more people are moving here since California is already having these problems x10 so more bodies and more heat with no water. Unlivable
Razordreamz
Razordreamz 12 gün önce
Make a city in the desert, and this is your challenge. Don't want the heat? Don't move to the desert perhaps?
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zZiL341yRj736 12 gün önce
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zZiL341yRj736
zZiL341yRj736 12 gün önce
Ah the temp of my CPU.
Antonio MV
Antonio MV 12 gün önce
My question is WHY BUILT A WATER DEPENDANT CITY ON A DESERT!
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I.D.E.K. & CO 12 gün önce
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I.D.E.K. & CO 12 gün önce
now compare the race maps and crime maps
Ty
Ty 12 gün önce
Families..I mean extended families.. are going to have to start packing up and moving from some of these areas together. They are still going to likely struggle wherever they go but maybe they can at least have some peace of mind in some areas of life.
Ty
Ty 12 gün önce
No sidewalks in a neighborhood that mostly utilizes public transportation?
Dave Lugtu
Dave Lugtu 12 gün önce
Filipinos: lol
Eagle Three
Eagle Three 13 gün önce
With access to the internet these days how can a family make 19,000 a year? That's 9.13 an hour for one person and like 4.50 an hour for two.
cmdmd
cmdmd 13 gün önce
Correlation does NOT MEAN causality. That said, climate change is very real and it is causing problems.
lllukiosas59
lllukiosas59 13 gün önce
Eliminate Poverty….yeah okay…
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The fact that the hottest city in the U.S is called "Phoenix"
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Anyone else trying to mentally convert the huge Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius in their heads
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Born and raised here. I remember my house always having orange and lemon trees in the backyard. My dad planted a giant tree in the front too. I never thought as to why it always felt cooler on my property than it did in my friends dirt lot backyards until now.
Nizar
Nizar 13 gün önce
m from marrakech morocco and i can say that 47c is normal here lol
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There’s also that whole “water” problem they have that causes problems too. Phoenix and most the west and north Phoenix area are dependent on lake mead. I’m pretty sure fox did a whole spread on that issue recently too….there are ways to bring man made shade into areas though that require little maintenance. Trees are also low maintenance and desert flora doesn’t actually require much water. It’s the lawns that do
Reese Imel
Reese Imel 13 gün önce
So what. The ghetto is hot. More inspiration to get tf out of there.
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"One of the hottest parts of Phoenix" : 122°F "One of the coolest parts of Phoenix" : 110°F
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Born and raised here. I remember my house always having orange and lemon trees in the backyard. My dad planted a giant tree in the front too. I never thought as to why it always felt cooler on my property than it did in my friends dirt lot backyards until now.
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The population of the valley is skyrocketing!! I can’t believe how much has changed in my city over these past 12 years.
Debraj Deb
Debraj Deb 14 gün önce
It is hot --> Plant trees --> No water to plant trees --> It is hot.
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Born and raised here. I remember my house always having orange and lemon trees in the backyard. My dad planted a giant tree in the front too. I never thought as to why it always felt cooler on my property than it did in my friends dirt lot backyards until now.
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When it rains here, it’s like the ending of Holes.
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Abhineet Gupta 14 gün önce
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This is an incredible end super important piece. Everyone in the Phoenix metro area knows that living near downtown Phoenix is practically inhumane but not much has changed about it I’ve the 20 years I’ve lived here
Nova 2006
Nova 2006 15 gün önce
Mess resident hear. Aka one of the hot poverty spots... it's always been hot hear. Funny how no one addresses the cost of electricity or subsidies... you know so us POOR folks can run our ac like rich folks... do a power Usage over lay on the ....cool spots.... problem solved... didn't take a PhD to figure that out ... 600 to 700 a month on electricity in the summer... 1700 on rent or mortgage. That's why egg heads
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I wish you'd shown population density as well to reference how many people are in these zones you're saying are both hot and low income.
Bakchan
Bakchan 15 gün önce
being from Las Vegas, I gotta give it to them AZ people for putting up with that heat
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Born and raised here. I remember my house always having orange and lemon trees in the backyard. My dad planted a giant tree in the front too. I never thought as to why it always felt cooler on my property than it did in my friends dirt lot backyards until now.
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MrBlue1190 15 gün önce
Just a thought. Since those parts in red are major city area and those city areas experience the heat ispand affect wouldnt that map just reflect general population heavy areas.
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When it rains here, it’s like the ending of Holes.
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I hate not being able to walk my dog till after sun sets here in phx
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Dane Pabilonia 15 gün önce
100 degrees is normal here lol. Its 100 plus almost all year round
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Anyone else trying to mentally convert the huge Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius in their heads
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It’s suppose to cool off after the sun sets. the ground shouldn’t hold heat in the desert. But Phoenix stays hot all night long because of the concrete
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There's a big problem with this: the amount of water needed to maintain non-native plants is not sustainable. Deserts cannot support leafy green trees (not in the long run, anyway.) Arizona already uses an unsustainable amount of water.
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Jinи Г 15 gün önce
Please put on a pair of pants.
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It’s suppose to cool off after the sun sets. the ground shouldn’t hold heat in the desert. But Phoenix stays hot all night long because of the concrete
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There's a big problem with this: the amount of water needed to maintain non-native plants is not sustainable. Deserts cannot support leafy green trees (not in the long run, anyway.) Arizona already uses an unsustainable amount of water.
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Timothy Ota 15 gün önce
Move all the poor people out and it’ll cool down, duh.
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As someone who has lived in the Phoenix metro basically my whole life, she is 100% correct on the water thing. Planting a ton of trees will just create a new burden as it would then require a ton more water. We need to find ways to create that shade that doesn't involve increasing water usage. Cause this is the desert. It is not meant to be as green as the rainforest.
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It’s suppose to cool off after the sun sets. the ground shouldn’t hold heat in the desert. But Phoenix stays hot all night long because of the concrete
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It’s suppose to cool off after the sun sets. the ground shouldn’t hold heat in the desert. But Phoenix stays hot all night long because of the concrete
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Dan Ilic 16 gün önce
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The population of the valley is skyrocketing!! I can’t believe how much has changed in my city over these past 12 years.
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Seems to be overlooking the whole water issue though… can't just plant a lot of trees in a hot, dry desert and expect to solve the issue
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When it rains here, it’s like the ending of Holes.
thenormz1n
thenormz1n 16 gün önce
i've gone there in spring, fall, and summer. in all, it was above 90.
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I wish you'd shown population density as well to reference how many people are in these zones you're saying are both hot and low income.
Toe Gobbler
Toe Gobbler 16 gün önce
I can barley survive 31 celsius how tf do people live in 40+ celsius???
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Lauren F.P. 16 gün önce
5:32 could someone explain why it would cause a higher water bill? Thanks:)
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Anyone else trying to mentally convert the huge Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius in their heads
Blazeofiya
Blazeofiya 16 gün önce
The correlation may also have to do with population density.
Howard Wannabe Zinn
Howard Wannabe Zinn 16 gün önce
The polite liberal adjustments recommended by Vox to decades of decay caused by neoliberalism are laughable. Phoenix doesn't have unequal temperatures between the rich and poor parts of town because a few civil servants or elected officials haven't opened their hearts or done a bit of quick thinking.
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christopher crean
christopher crean 16 gün önce
Correlation is not causation, use your head, if you’re rich you wana live where it is cool, if you’re building a nice house your doing it on nice land WHERE ITS COOLER
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I wish you'd shown population density as well to reference how many people are in these zones you're saying are both hot and low income.
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Chucknorris 4thewin 16 gün önce
There are too many lazy people in this world that’s the reason for the wage gap. Nothing else.
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There's a big problem with this: the amount of water needed to maintain non-native plants is not sustainable. Deserts cannot support leafy green trees (not in the long run, anyway.) Arizona already uses an unsustainable amount of water.
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"One of the hottest parts of Phoenix" : 122°F "One of the coolest parts of Phoenix" : 110°F
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Kaitlyn Avitia 16 gün önce
Me: I don’t know why I clicked this video Also me: hehe I live there
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Epic cheeze 17 gün önce
It’s hella hot here in tucson
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JustRiskit 17 gün önce
Amazing
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This is an incredible end super important piece. Everyone in the Phoenix metro area knows that living near downtown Phoenix is practically inhumane but not much has changed about it I’ve the 20 years I’ve lived here
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This is an incredible end super important piece. Everyone in the Phoenix metro area knows that living near downtown Phoenix is practically inhumane but not much has changed about it I’ve the 20 years I’ve lived here
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larry shanks 17 gün önce
who cares!!!
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AlexKetchum 17 gün önce
been living here in Phoenix for the past 25 years, i like to tell people we tan in the shade because of how hot it is.
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