Heat may have serious implications for labour force in Southeast Asia
If you believe it's hot in Singapore today, think about a large number of laborers who battle through their workday without the haven of ventilating.
Day-to-day about 500 million empolyees in Southeast Asia suffer with the temperature and dampness that can trigger serious related health problems
Farming, development and transportation specialists are especially powerless with poor or no temperature control.
Aside from expressing unhappiness about the climate, rising temperatures could have crucial effect for state work efficiency, says Richard Hewston.
According with the experts' opinion, global warming may have serious impact on Southeast Asia's economies, especially on Singapore.