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Vietnamese farmers forced to work at night to avoid rising daytime temperatures

Vietnamese farmers are working at night to avoid rising daytime temperatures caused by climate change. Image: REUTERS/Kham

Ha Minh Nguyen

Economist, Development Research Group

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A farmer plants rice on a paddy field during early morning to avoid the heat in Hanoi, Vietnam June 25, 2020.
Productivity has halved since rice farmers started working at night.l Image: REUTERS/Kham
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