U.S. counties with more than 25% Black or Latino residents will face far more days of extreme heat than whiter counties by mid-centuryNew data shows communities in the United States with large African American and Latino populations will be hardest hit from climate change in the coming decades.

New York.- According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, U.S. counties with more than 25% Black or Latino residents will face far more days of extreme heat than whiter counties by mid-century if the targets of the Paris climate accord are not reached. (RHC)