Four-hundred percent. That’s the potential increase in people experiencing “heat stress”— the body’s inability to sufficiently cool itself through sweating—in the next 80 years, due to global warming, according to a Rutgers University report.
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Approximately 1.2 billion people will suffer from heat stress by 2100 without a major shift in environmental policy.
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