It Is Too Hot Even To Leave Home.
The world’s weathermen announced that this year will be the hottest year on record. Presently, we are at least grateful for the arrival of the northeast monsoon in parts of Southeast Asia. But globally, many are still in the throes of El Nino, and this year has been particularly devastating for many, with the developing countries bordering the Pacific seaboard, which are most dependent on agriculture and fishing, the most affected. This dry spell and the accompanying drought started in 2014, and there appears to be no respite, perhaps in 2017. This article provides us with some worldwide perspective on the heatwave.
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