Future of the Environment

Why heatwaves are the silent killers more devastating than hurricanes  

Global climate change continues to threaten us. Image: REUTERS/Anwar Mirza

Marianne Bray

Journalist, Reuters

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William Yu shows photos of how families live in subdivided homes in Hong Kong's Chun Tin Street, December 13, 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Marianne Bray

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A view of Chun Tin Street in Hong Kong, December 13, 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Marianne Bray

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