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· In memoriam
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I'd install some air intakes that route the air through underground drainage pipes.
If they are long enough and deep enough, the pipes will either cool or heat the air to the ambient ground temperature, cooling it in Summer and warming it in Winter. It will also remove some of the moisture from the air when cooling.

With a few of those and a some roof vents that can be opened and closed you can control both fresh air flow and temperatures.
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