How to keep your house cool during a heatwave without making climate change worse

Western parts of the United States and Canada are baking in a record-breaking heat wave with temperatures of 43 degrees Celsius or more in Sacramento, Seattle, Portland, Vancouver, and elsewhere in the region. The heat on June 28 was so intense it led to power outages in Washington and Oregon and literally melted power cables on Portland's public transit system. According to the federal American Housing Survey, it's installed in only 44% of Seattle homes, compared to 99% in a routinely hot city like Houston.

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