Climate Change and Human Health: Risks and Responses

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Over the ages, human societies have altered local ecosystems and modified regional climates. Today, the human influence has attained a global scale. This reflects the recent rapid increase in population size, energy consumption, intensity of land use, international trade and travel, and other human activities. These global changes have heightened awareness that the long-term good health of populations depends on the continued stability and functioning of the biosphere's ecological, physical, and socioeconomic systems. The ...

Climate Change and Human Health: Risks and Responses 2003, World Health Organization

ISBN-13: 9789241562485

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