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Increasing workplace deaths from extreme heat prompt new regulations

Increasing workplace deaths from extreme heat prompt new regulations

As extreme heat leads to increasing workplace fatalities, the Biden administration is pushing for new safety regulations, though facing substantial opposition.

Coral Davenport and Noah Weiland report for The New York Times.

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Florida's new bill challenges local heat safety regulations

In a controversial move, Florida legislators have passed a bill to prohibit local heat protection ordinances, sparking intense public debate.

Mitch Perry reports for Florida Phoenix.

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UK workers ‘should get day off’ if workplace is hotter than 30C

A maximum indoor temperature working law giving people a day off if workplace temperatures surpass 30C should be mandated by government, a new report recommends.

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Workers exposed to extreme heat have few protections

Tens of millions of Americans are struggling to cope with soaring temperatures. OSHA is developing new workplace safety standards, but they are not yet complete.
Conservatives attack companies for being too 'woke' on climate

Conservatives attack companies for being too 'woke' on climate

Conservatives in the U.S. have targeted firms for their environmental policies, but many companies are standing their ground.
How a ruling on gay and transgender rights may help the climate
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How a ruling on gay and transgender rights may help the climate


What does that have to do with climate change? Potentially a lot.

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