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Deforestation, climate change making outdoor work unsafe: study

Monday 20 Dec 21 11:00am

 

A DOUBLE-BLOW of forest destruction and climate change has caused temperatures to soar in many tropical locations, making outdoor work unsafe for millions of workers, according to a new study.

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