How climate change hurts American health

According to the report, particulate matter caused 32,000 deaths in the U.S. in 2020, and 37% of those were "directly related to fossil fuels."

Pollution and heat don't affect U.S. communities equally; people of colour are more likely to be affected.

Fossil fuel infrastructure is disproportionately located in Black, Indigenous, and other communities of colour.

Natasha DeJarnett called the exposures and effects a "inequitable burden."

Low-income, black, Asian, and Latino communities have higher particulate matter levels than white and rich communities.

More than 40% of the U.S. population lives in cities with unsafe air pollution levels, but Black communities are 40% more likely to see heat-related deaths rise.

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