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Data source provider

Climate Impact Explorer/ISIMP-Secondary

Use cases

Exposure quantification, Financial stability monitoring, Investment and lending decisions, Macro-economic modelling, Scenario analysis, Stress testing

Data group

Exposure to physical risks

Metric Type

Physical vulnerability

Methodology/ Standard / Classification/ Taxonomy / Reference

The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP)

Unit (e.g. CO2)

Labour Productivity due to Heat Stress in pp, relative change

Dimension (e.g. Sector, Customer)

By Country (map)

Time horizon 



Latest Update

Time series




Observation on data availability/gaps

Data and map shows how labour productivity is expected to change in Malaysia due to heat stress at different global warming levels compared to the reference period 1986-2006, based on different scenarios. Heat stress impact on labour productivity indicates the percentage decrease in efficiency during regular working hours under hot and humid climate conditions, due to the reduced capacity of the human body to perform physical labour.

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