Higher temperatures that are linked to climate change could reduce labor productivity by 10% according to a study by scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Researchers looked at military and industrial labor guidelines for heat stress and set them against projections for heat/humidity in the next century. Lead author John Dunne state that “heat stress-related labor capacity losses will double globally by 2050 with a warming climate”. In a briefing, scientists said the only way to limit these labor productivity losses would be to keep warming to less than 5 deg F.
How Climate Change Affected My Home Town of Nepal By City Tech Blogger Sakuna Rai
Everyone carries memories and feelings towards their hometown or country, whether good or bad. Sometimes, these memories are associated with a sense of nostalgia, reflecting back on our past happy days. I was born and raised in Morang, Nepal, at the foot of the Himalayas. I still remember