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It's Getting Hot In Here

Dr. Ceelia Leong, Geospatial Analyst, Think City

18-Mar-21 14:00

It's Getting Hot In Here

A study by Think City on land temperature showed that five cities in Malaysia recorded higher temperatures of between 1.64° Celsius and 6.75° Celsius over the last few decades, due to development and changing urban trends. On today's show, we explore not only the findings of this new study - which was done to get a snapshot of what some of our cities are undergoing - but to also discuss solutions to battle the effects of climate change and global warming.

Image Source: Think City

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs, Teo Xing Yu

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs, Dashran Yohan, Hezril Asyraaf


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Categories:  Politicslaw & legal mattersEducationEnvironmentScienceSocial Issues

Tags:  The Bigger PictureThe Daily DigestRising TemperaturesUrban HeatingClimate ChangeGlobal WarmingThink City





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