The effects of global warming are being felt in Pakistan in the city that set a world temperature record for the month of April, reaching up to 122 ℉ (44.4 ℃). @Guardian reported per Pakistani officials, the “unbearable heat” may cause countrywide migration due to people trying to evade even higher temperatures this summer. Though this heat in Pakistan is an extreme case, the occurrence of uncharacteristically warm days are a trend felt around the globe. With rising temperatures comes the increased frequency of heat-related illness and begs cities to reevaluate their citizens’ access to adequate health care and other necessary resources. - Years Of Living Dangerously

The effects of global warming are being felt in Pakistan in the city that set a world temperature record for the month of April, reaching up to 122 ℉ (44.4 ℃). @Guardian reported per Pakistani officials, the “unbearable heat” may cause countrywide migration due to people trying to evade even higher temperatures this summer. Though this heat in Pakistan is an extreme case, the occurrence of uncharacteristically warm days are a trend felt around the globe. With rising temperatures comes the increased frequency of heat-related illness and begs cities to reevaluate their citizens’ access to adequate health care and other necessary resources.