Add comment on:Climate change induced heat stress threat to public health and work capacity
Takver - Climate IMC
Climate change will result in hotter and more humid environment for the tropics and mid latitudes resulting in increasing economic costs of reduced work capacity due to heat stress. The study by NOAA scientists said work capacity has already reduced by 10 percent due to extreme heat in summer months. This is likely to double to 20 per cent by 2050.
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