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Global Heat Health Information Network 9h
Care about your economy? is driving more frequent & intense ; predicts global productivity losses from equivalent to 80 million jobs / US$2,400 billion in 2030
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 22
"-related deaths and illness are on the rise in . With summertime highs hitting 45° Celsius in rural areas, urgent action is needed to protect vulnerable populations."
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 15
How is helping to map urban islands in cities? Find out in the latest edition of the Global Digest
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Global Heat Health Information Network 12h
are increasingly accompanied by cascading environmental + societal impacts including wildfires, drought & failures to food, energy, water & transport infrastructure. The true scale of impacts are under-reported & underestimated.
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 21
New solutions paper shows potential for cooling interventions - Water mist spray for outdoor : A systematic review of technologies, methods and impacts.
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 20
's Bureau of Meteorology is improving early warning with a forecast service specifically targeted at identifying . Learn more about this and other advances in the latest Global Digest:
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NIOSH Aug 19
Both outdoor and indoor environments can be hot and pose a risk for .
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 21
who is most vulnerable to death or illness from extreme ? Vulnerability depends on a person's combined demographic, health, physical, socioeconomic and institutional profile.
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NIOSH Aug 21
Prevent injuries! A worker with heat stress can become fatigued, dizzy, confused, or disoriented. Stay safe in the heat with our Fast Facts.
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 21
In advance of 's July , Red Cross cooling centres and other early actions were tested to protect vulnerable populations from heat-related illnesses. Learn more about this and other recent projects in the latest Global Digest:
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Global Heat Health Information Network Aug 14
Wow! NOAA report 31 children have died in 2019 from being left in cars in the USA! We need to step up awareness and behavior change to protect lives and !
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NIOSH Aug 15
Workers who take certain medications are at greater risk for a heat-related illness.
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We carry a new world here, in our hearts Aug 20
“Cool” ideas, but if you’ve ever been on snow during a sunny day, you’ll know there are issues with sunburns and reflective blinding. Curious to see what this goo does beyond reflect heat.
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Augusta Williams Aug 14
Another great article, this time by the . "Today, >1/10 Americans (34M people) are living in rapidly heating regions, including NYC and LA. 71 [US] counties have already hit the 2*C mark."
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Ladd Keith Aug 14
Save the date! Our next Extreme Heat Network webinar is 8/28 @ 12pm MST with Matthew Roach on 's Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) portal on heat risk factors and heat illness.
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Augusta Williams Aug 14
in 5 US cities: "temps on a scorching summer day can vary as much as 20* across different parts of the same city, with poor or minority neighborhoods often bearing the brunt of that heat."
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