The Guardian

The Guardian 22 Jan 2020

How 'climate apartheid' divides Delhi: 'I had no idea hot summers could kill'


As the Earth continues to break new heat records, the UN is warning of a 'climate apartheid' between those who can afford to keep themselves cool and  those who must live, work, suffer - and sometimes die - in the heat. In Delhi, where a heatwave of 48˚C recently killed 100 people, some workers have already paid the ultimate price

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