How does Climate Change affect your health?
A warmer climate is expected to increase the risk of illnesses and death from extreme heat and poor air quality. Climate change will likely increase the frequency and strength of extreme events (such as floods, droughts, and storms) that threaten human health and safety. (2004), Agwata, J. F.
We humans dependent on a good and clean environment and many of the factors that lead to a deteriorated environment lead to poor health. Changing precipitation patterns such as drought, and shorter but more intense rainfall, can have negative direct and indirect impacts on health and contribute to desertification and flooding, food insecurity, migration and increased conflict. Indigenous populations, poor and socially marginalized individuals, women, and people with disabilities, are often most affected.
“There is No Time Left” to take climate action