Wednesday, July 10th marked the 100th anniversary of Earth's hottest temperature—recorded in Death Valley, California at 134 degrees Fahrenheit. Senior Sustainability Scientist in the Global Institute of Sustainability Randy Cerveny celebrated with fellow weather experts at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center and Museum in Death Valley. "I was really happy looking out in that auditorium as we spoke," said Cerveny, also a President's Professor in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. "There were a lot of weather tourists who are very interested in this." Cerveny was part of the World Meteorological Organization team that re-certified Death Valley's record after investigating a falsely recorded highest temperature in El Azizia, Libya.