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The heat is on: it’s getting unbearably hot and unlivable in Kuwait

Thanks to climate change, temperatures there could become too hot for people and wildlife in decades to come

16 January 2022 - 18:06 By Fiona MacDonald

Trying to catch a bus at the Maliya station in Kuwait City can be unbearable in the summer. About two thirds of the city’s buses pass through the hub, and schedules are unreliable. Fumes from bumper-to-bumper traffic fill the air. Small shelters offer refuge to a handful of people, if they squeeze. Dozens end up standing in the sun, sometimes using umbrellas to shield themselves...

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