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Summer heat in India could soon be unbearable.
She could hardly hold herself upright, the pain in Summer heat stomach was so intense. She had travelled for 26 hours in a hot oven of a bus to visit her husband, a migrant worker here in the Indian capital.
By the time she got here, the city was an oven, too: Indian street vendors sleep on their carts early morning in Lucknow, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in May.
Yadav suspected dehydration, possibly aggravated by fasting during Ramadan. Or it could have been food poisoning, common in summer because food spoils quickly. Yadav put Rehmati, who is 31 and goes by one name, on a drip.
She held her hand and told her she would be fine. Rehmati leaned over and Summer heat. Extreme heat can kill, as it did by the dozens in Pakistan in May.
Extreme heat is devastating the health and livelihoods of tens of millions more. Article Continued Below If global greenhouse gas emissions continue at their current pace, they say, heat and humidity levels could become unbearable, especially for the poor.
It is already making them poorer and sicker. Like the Kolkata street vendor who squats on his haunches from fatigue and nausea.
Like the woman who sells water to tourists in Delhi and passes out from heatstroke at least once each summer. Like the women and men with fever and headaches who fill emergency rooms. Like the outdoor workers who become so weak or so sick that they routinely miss days of work, and their daily wages.
In many places, heat only magnifies the more thorny urban problems, including a shortage of basic services, like electricity and water. It resulted in a 43 per cent increase in mortality compared with the comparable period in previous years, a study by public health researchers found.
Since then, in some places, local governments, aided by the Natural Resources Defence Council, an advocacy group, have put in place simple measures. In Ahmadabad, for instance, city-funded vans distribute free water during the hottest months. In the eastern coastal city of Bhubaneswar, parks are kept open in afternoons so outdoor workers can sit in the shade.
Occasionally, elected officials post heat safety tips on social media. Some cities that had felled trees for construction projects are busy trying to plant new ones.
Article Continued Below The science is unequivocally worrying. Across the region, a recent World Bank report concluded, rising temperatures could diminish the living standards of million people. Worldwide, among the most populous cities where summer highs are expected to reach at least 35 C byaccording to estimates by the Urban Climate Change Research Network, 24 are in India.
Rohit Magotra, deputy director of Integrated Research for Action and Development, is trying to help the capital, New Delhi, develop a plan to respond to the new danger. The first step is to quantify its human toll. They measured temperature and humidity inside the brick-and-tin apartments.
They spoke to residents about how the heat affects them.
Through the narrow lanes all morning, young men hauled stacks of paper to a printing plant that operated on the ground floor of one house.
A curtain of flies hung in the air.
A woman named Abeeda told Magotra that she helped her husband cope during the summer by stocking glucose tablets in the home at all times. Her husband works as a house painter. Even when he is nauseous and dizzy in the heat, he goes to work, she said. He cannot afford not to.
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