Climate and Labour: Impacts of heat in the workplace

April 2016 – A publication highlighting climate change, workplace environmental conditions, occupational health risks, and productivity – an emerging global challenge to decent work, sustainable development and social equity.

Developed in collaboration with the ILO, the International Organization for Migration, UNI Global Union, the International Trade Union Confederation, the International Organization of Employers, and ACT Alliance, and together with the Climate Vulnerable Forum and the support of the the World Health Organisation, this report looks at the impact of rising temperatures due to climate change on the workforce.

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