Qatar to install outdoor air conditioning to reduce temperature!

With virtually no clouds or rain in summer, the rising sea temperatures lead to more atmospheric humidity.Jos Lelieveld, an atmospheric chemist at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, said: ‘These areas are warming faster than the rest of the globe, and in certain cities on top of that you have an urban heat island effect and urban pollution.’In a bid to help everyone to stay cool, city planners have built walkways and streets pointing north to take advantage of breezes that come from that direction.