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In-depth look at disproportionate impact of climate change in minority communities

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New research shows in more than 70 percent of U.S. counties, low-income, non-white neighborhoods experience more extreme surface heat due to a lack of critical natural infrastructure. NBC News’ Morgan Radford introduces us to Urban Heat ATL, a group that uses special technology to tackle the problem in their community.