Hottest Place on Earth


  • Globally, Kuwait became the world’s hottest place as the temperature rose to 53.2 degrees Celsius (127.7 degrees Fahrenheit).
  • At the highest temperature, birds died and sea horses died in the bay.
  • About 67% of heat-related deaths recorded in the capital are caused by climate change which results that the country is severely under threat.
  • Renewable energy accounts for less than 1 percent of demand - far below Kuwait's target of 15 percent by 2030.

Facts to know:


  • Capital of Kuwait: Kuwait City.
  • Official currency of Kuwait: Kuwaiti dinar.
  • Official language of Kuwait: Arabic.
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