Nov 27, 2019
You've felt it. It’s hotter in the city. But why? Prof. Scott Krayenhoff of the School of Environmental Sciences explains why our cities are hotter than they should be, and what can be done to cool them down. Unfortunately, the solution is complicated by climate change. And keeping colder cities warm in the winter actually makes them more liveable. Thankfully Scott’s got some advanced computer models and equipment to try to figure out a solution.
Descriptive transcript available here: https://www.uoguelph.ca/oac/system/files/Podcast%20%2310%20-%20Why%20is%20it%20so%20hot%20in%20the%20city.txt
Funding for this episode was provided by the W.S. (Stan) Young Memorial Communications Grant through the OAC Alumni Foundation.