In 2018 a pilot study was conducted in Ethiopia by researchers from Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia to assess the potential occupational health impacts of climate change among those working in the emergent floriculture industry. Using a cross-sectional study design (one time sampling), occupational heat stress was assessed in six greenhouses across three regions of the country with varying climatic and topographic settings (i.e., agro-ecologies). Heat exposure was measured using Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) instruments during two seasons (warm and cool) and worker perceptions and possible health impacts of heat exposure were collected via interview-administered questionnaires. Research is scheduled to be underway in Kampala, Uganda in 2021 by the research team at Makerere University, Uganda.