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In the YouTube video, the speaker discusses the impact of extreme heat and climate change on the planet, with 2023 being considered the hottest year on record. The intense heat and high humidity led to an increased risk of wildfires and tsunamis in certain regions. The El Niño phenomenon, exacerbated by global warming, is responsible for the current climate conditions. The speaker highlights the negative impact on human health and the environment, and the risk of wildfires and tsunamis. They also advise that mitigation actions should be taken to prevent further damage to the environment and public health. The speaker talks about temperature regulation and how the human body responds to extreme temperatures, highlighting the negative health effects such as dehydration, cardiovascular issues, mental health issues, and the need for thermoregulation. The video also discusses the importance of preparing cities for the current and future impact of extreme heat, which is becoming a significant health concern. The speakers agree that human action is causing the rise in temperature, resulting in environmental pollution, rising sea levels, and climate change, but also note that many people in Brazil are not aware of the severity of the situation. The speaker suggests that different attitudes and actions are needed in cities and quality of life, and emphasizes the urgency of the situation and the need for action to ensure survival. They invite the audience to follow their podcast and channel on YouTube.