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The Middle East is warming much faster than the rest of the world, and the case of Kuwait is a prime example of unsustainable temperatures.
“From 11 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon you can’t go out on the street,” says an influencer on social networks about the serious problem of extreme heat in this country.
Kuwait also suffers from intense desertification that makes it even more difficult to survive the high temperatures.
In addition to the influencer, a meteorologist and an activist analyze from their experience what it means to live in this region and the significant risk of continuing on this path.
However, the activist proposes a solution to combat desertification in Kuwait, and thus fight climate change.
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