News Archive Listen to CrowdScience on the BBC World Service to hear Stone add to the story of microclimates. In this Forbes piece, Stone debunks a common climate myth. The New Yorker covers how Louisville is coming to grips with its heat problems by partnering with Stone. The Courier-Journal asks the question: what will Louisville actually do about the heat problems identified by Stone? Stone leads the development of the Louisville Urban Heat Management Study, the first comprehensive heat management assessment undertaken by a major US city. New York Magazine overviews eight creative ways cities are combating rising temperatures; Stone’s work in Louisville makes the list. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer launches the Cool502 campaign, utilizing the UCL’s Urban Heat Management Study. In the Courier-Journal, Stone discusses the heavy toll of Louisville heat deaths. In WFPL News, the UCL’s Urban Heat Management Study advises the transformation of parking lots in Louisville. In WFPL News, the UCL’s Urban Heat Management Study offers strategies to beat Louisville’s urban heat island. Stone interviewed by Yale Climate Connections on the link between urban heat islands and public health. In Scientific American, Stone analyzes the importance of climate responsive design. In the Courier-Journal, Stone identifies the major “hot spots” in Louisville. In the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the UCL prescribes ways to reduce climate change’s effect on public health. In WFPL News, Stone recommends more tree plantings for downtown Louisville. In the Huffington Post, Stone discusses the value of trees in mitigating the urban heat island. Stone interviewed by Dallas NPR affiliate on urban climate change. Stone comments on National Climate Assessment on NPR’s All Things Considered. Urban Climate Lab hired to lead Louisville’s urban-heat study.