These initiatives include new extreme heat alerts on Google Search, the expansion of the Tree Canopy tool for urban planning, and a $5 million investment in the World Resources Institute through the Google.org Impact Challenge for Climate Innovation. New Extreme Heat Alerts In Google SearchAs extreme weather events become more frequent, search interest in heat waves has also increased. To provide accurate and useful information during such events, Google will introduce extreme heat alerts in Search in the coming months. Google is partnering with the Global Heat Health Information Network (GHHIN) to ensure reliable and relevant information. WRI’s project will use sensors, satellite imagery, and AI to fill data gaps and model various factors related to extreme heat.