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Migrant Workers in the UAE Endure Extreme Heat Amid the Climate Crisis!

According to a distressing report by The Guardian, as preparations for COP28 are underway in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), migrant workers face excruciating conditions and health risks due to extreme heat, magnified by the climate crisis. This is a harrowing reminder of the devastating consequences of global warming, particularly for vulnerable populations. It is crucial that we recognize the interconnectedness of climate change and social justice and advocate for urgent action. We must demand better working conditions, human rights, and comprehensive climate solutions. The time for change is now. For more information, read the article here: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/oct/20/cop28-migrant-workers-uae-heat-climate-crisis

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  • CHRIS NGATIA

    34 w

    It's the early time the employees take the matters into their hands and demand for a Change

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  • Ann Nyambura

    35 w

    It's distressing to see how climate change exacerbates existing human rights issues, especially for vulnerable populations like migrant workers. This highlights the urgent need to address both environmental and social justice concerns.

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    • Gorffly mokua

      35 w

      No time to wait, it is about time they act!

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      • Peter Kamau

        35 w

        The effects of climate change are already here with us and the cop28 being around the corner it will be an opportune moment to address all issues

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        • Jane Wangui

          32 w

          @peter_kamau We expect so much to be discussed during the Cop 28.We look foward to its fruits.

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        • rosebellendiritu

          35 w

          They are preparing for cop 28,will this cop bring any positive change?

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          • Kevin

            35 w

            Large companies need to move fast in their climate action

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            • Esther Wanjiku

              35 w

              Actual change should be felt now

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              • Elizabeth Gathigia

                35 w

                So sad to see them working under extreme heat which could put their health at risk

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                • Munene Mugambi

                  35 w

                  It's sad when workers are mistreated. Why can't they just be treated better?

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                  • mercy nduta

                    35 w

                    It's time for employers to take action.

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                    • George Kariuki

                      35 w

                      The time for change is indeed now.

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                      • Saustine Lusanzu

                        35 w

                        @george_kariuki exactly, tomorrow is late

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                        • walter lungayi

                          35 w

                          @george_kariuki I strongly agree with you, #wedonthavetime#togetherwecandoit

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