The world is getting hotter and what that means for many people is still pretty abstract for a lot of folks out there who aren’t as heavily impacted by it in their day to day. This eye opening dive into the recent heatwave in Lagos, Nigera and how its residents coped with it may give people a better idea of what’s to come.
Most people just crank their air conditioning up to cope with heat but what if you can’t? Money is a factor but there’s also rolling blackouts to contend with from overloaded power grids. How about making it through your daily commute when you’re in gridlock?
Dealing with climate change on a day to day means making changes in your home, travel, clothing and eating and drinking habits. Curious how the future may go? Check out this article to get a glimpse into what life is like when it’s way too hot.