Temperatures in Jacobabad have shot up due to climate change. The hottest day was June 2021 when it reached 125F.
Jacobabad residents live in constant heat.
Experts warn of the dangers of climate change, which will increase inequality and poverty around the globe.
Jacobabad in Sindh, Pakistan is one of the most populated cities on Earth.
Jacobabad's temperatures have shot up in recent years due to climate change. The hottest day was June 2021 when it reached 125F (52C).
Experts have described the temperature and humidity levels at various times over the past decade as "hotter that a human body can handle". This is one of two cities worldwide to be able to claim this status.
The body's cooling mechanisms cease to function at these high temperatures and humidity levels.
Amnesty International has released a new report that chronicles Jacobabad residents' lives. Their days are dominated in their search to escape the heat.
Amnesty urged industrialized nations to assist developing countries in the face of unprecedented threats ahead of the COP26 climate conference at Glasgow.