Extreme heat killed Tule Lake in the northeast corner of Siskiyou County in northern California. “The story of Tule Lake is one of loss. Farmers in the
Source: Extreme Heat – CounterPunch.org
The richest country in the history of the world continues to subject millions of its people to senseless suffering and death, not even talking about this embarrassment, much less stopping it.
Source: Opinion | A Hot Topic for Labor Day: Extreme Heat Kills Workers | Jim Hightower
By Alison McAfee, University of British Columbia | – Temperatures soared above 42 C for days in Western Canada in …
Source: Climate Emergency: Extreme Heat devastates Male Honeybees and threatens Fertilization of Crops
In less than a decade, 20 percent of Philadelphia’s workforce employed in outdoor occupations–roughly 136,000 outdoor workers–will find that it is too hot to work, and could face the choice of losing pay, losing their job, or worse, experiencing a harmful or even deadly heat-related illness. These jobs range from protecting the public, maintaining buildings, harvesting our food, constructing buildings and directing traffic, among many more.
Source: Opinion | Extreme Heat Is Coming: What Policies Are in Place to Protect Workers? | Shana Udvardy
By Abdu Mohiddin, Christopher Jack, Evans Kituyi, Kristie Ebi, Matthew Chersich, and Stanley Luchters | – The African continent is …
Source: Extreme Heat causes Heart Attacks, Miscarriages, Malnutrition, requiring Urgent steps to Curb CO2