Health is a factor of climate change affected by social and environmental changes; those include changes to clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food, and secure shelter. The World Health Organization states that climate change will produce overwhelmingly negative effects on health.
- CDC National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program, Climate Change:
Data relevant to coasts, food, ecosystems, water, health, and other sectors
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