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Biden looks to provide relief from extreme heat as record high temperatures persist across the US

With heat waves spreading across the United States, President Joe Biden on Thursday plans to unveil new steps to protect workers, improve weather forecasts and make drinking water more accessible, the White House says.
The announcement comes as nearly 40% of the U.S. population faces heat advisories, according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures have already scorched the Southwest this month, and more heat is expected in the Midwest and the Northeast in the coming days. Washington won’t be spared, and the heat index could reach 110 on Friday.
It’s a worldwide problem, and scientists calculate that July will be the hottest month on record.



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  • Joseph Githinji

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    This mitigation strategies are welcomed. However all the people around the globe should work together to conform with the Paris Agreement and keep temperatures down.

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