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We mean literally. Minneapolis was divided by strict bracelet argent rhodié histoire d’or racial covenants, with neighborhoods where people of color could obtain loans and buy homes, and others where they explicitly bracelet argent hakuna matata couldn’t.

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As it turns out, it can also mess with your life in a very physical way: devastating urban heatwaves.

Not everyone experiences the same hot summer days. Different neighborhoods within the same city can vary in temperature by as much as 20 degrees (Fahrenheit). These “heat islands” usually have fewer green spaces and less tree coverage, making them scalding patches of concrete pavement. And a recent study by Portland State University researchers found they line up eerily bracelet argent et jaune with those old housing covenants. “As climate change brings hotter, more frequent, and longer heatwaves, the same historically underserved neighborhoods will collier argent pampille face bracelet argent art nouveau the greatest impact.”

That’s going to be particularly important to us here in Minnesota, one of the fastest warming states in the nation. Some parts of the bracelet argent fermoir coulissant state are between 1 and 3 degrees hotter than they were a century ago, and spates mar orian bracelet argent of extreme heat are collier argent ethnique femme becoming more common. Minneapolis also happens to be one of the nation’s fastest warming cities.

In cases of truly high temperatures, where you live might become a matter of life and death. Between 2000 and 2018, heat related illness accounted for 56 deaths in our state, according to ralonge bracelet argent the Minnesota Department of Health and as the department has pointed out, it’s probably going bracelet argent pierres souple to get worse…