COP28: countries have pledged to cut emissions from cooling – here’s how to make it happen
Radhika Khosla, Associate Professor, Smith School of Enterprise and Environment has written an article in The Conversation about a new report she helped to author on staying cool in a warming climate.
One billion people, mostly in Africa and Asia, are at high risk from extreme heat because they lack access to cooling, while a further 2.9 billion only have intermittent access. As the climate crisis deepens, close to half of the world’s people have little defence against deadly heat.
Read the article here.