The Paris Climate Agreement: WiRED EDITORIAL The announcement that the United States is pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement is unsettling and distressing, but it cannot be defeating for people who see climate change as real. The World Health Organization recently wrote that “nearly a quarter of all deaths worldwide are linked to environmental issues. That’s 12.6 million deaths every year.” The science on this matter is abundantly clear. The deaths come from the spread of disease…
Factory Farms Put Climate at Risk, Experts Say in Urging Health Officials to Speak Out | InsideClimate News In a letter, 200 experts called on the next director-general of the World Health Organization to confront the role factory farming plays in climate change.
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Nearly a quarter of all deaths around the world are caused by living and working in toxic and polluted environments, and the worst affected are children, the poor, and the elderly, a new report (pdf) released on Tuesday by the World Health Organization (WHO) has found.
World Health Organization infographics on health and the environment. What does climate change have to do with your health? What are the top 10 causes of death from the environment? What is health in all policies?