Climate change is affecting our global weather and temperatures. The rising temperatures are especially impacting cities, such as the City of Baltimore. Hotter summers lead to hotter homes. In order to combat the rising temperatures and the potential health risks of climate change, we would like to learn more about community perceptions about extreme heat and possible ways to reduce the impacts of extreme heat in cities.
We invite you to consider participating in an online interview (up to two hours) to share your thoughts on the impacts of climate change and the links between extreme heat, health, climate change, and cool roofs in Baltimore.
If you are an adult (18 years or older), and a resident of Baltimore City, take this quick survey.
This study is being conducted by the City of Baltimore's Office of Sustainability, Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.