Impact of climate change on human health

Heatwaves, intensified by climate change, can cause severe heat-related illnesses and exacerbate chronic health conditions.


Climate change worsens air quality by increasing ground-level ozone and particulate matter, leading to higher incidences of respiratory and cardiovascular diseases.

Air Quality

Changes in climate can expand the habitats of vectors such as mosquitoes and ticks, spreading diseases like malaria, dengue fever, and Zika virus

Disease Spread

Climate change threatens food and water security by disrupting agricultural productivity and water supplies, leading to malnutrition and risk of waterborne diseases.

Food and Water Security

Climate change impacts mental health by increasing stress, anxiety, and trauma associated with extreme weather events and environmental changes.

Mental Health

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