As climate changes, households will increasingly need to take up adaptation measures. However, there are equity concerns in adaptation: how much are those who are exposed to the effects of climate change able to adapt? The researcher will attempt to understand how low-income, daily wage workers in India can adapt to extreme heat days given appropriate information. In this context, labor supply decision is a particularly important form of adaptation. They propose a randomized trial to evaluate the labor supply response of daily wage workers to short-term weather forecasts of extreme heat days. The population of daily wage workers will be assigned to two groups: a control group and a treatment group that receives accurate 3-day weather forecasts. This design enables the investigation of how low-income workers make labor supply decisions in anticipation of extreme-heat days.