Register Now


Thursday, July 22 - 12 PM (MST/PDT)
  • Heat is the number one weather-related killer in the U.S., yet receives far less attention than other climate risks. In this panel discussion, you will hear from faculty members and researchers how urban heat risk is an underestimated, yet increasing, climate risk in cities across the U.S. We will explore how cities are innovating to advance their urban heat resilience through the perspectives of urban planning, public health, and housing. 

  • Questions? 

    Please contact us with any questions at [email protected].


W@H CAPLA_Brian Adair.png
Brian Adair
Moderator - Director, Corporate Services, Research Development, Research, Innovation & Impact

W@H CAPLA_Mark Kear.png
Mark Kear
Assistant Professor of Geography
School of Geography, Development, and Environment, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

W@H CAPLA_Mona Arora.png
Mona Arora
Principal Research Specialist & Course Instructor
Department of Community, Environment & Policy, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health

W@H CAPLA_Ladd Keith.png
Ladd Keith
Assistant Professor, Planning and Sustainable Built Environments
Chair, Sustainable Built Environments
School of Landscape Architecture & Planning
College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture