Climate change challenges cooling systems like never before

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When it comes to the air conditioning crisis -- experts we spoke to say people are facing a new reality fueled by climate change.

SILVER SPRING, Md. — The machinery that keeps many tenants cool in the D.C. region has reached the limits of its capability, according to indoor air engineers who blame the effects of climate change.

"It's not just the mechanical systems that are having problems. It's the buildings as well that are having problems and the two of them together create a lot of grief when you get these extreme climate changes," Bean explained. Meanwhile, recent annualized data from the National Weather Service shows the likelihood of setting record highs is 20 times greater than the chance of hitting record lows, as the climate warms.


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