Environmental Crises and Impacts of Climate Change on Health

Authors

  • Vandana Rathore

Keywords:

Environmental crises, Climate change, Water policy, global risks.

Abstract

Already, the rising temperatures are indeed being seen, and the outlook for the future is gloomy as a result. Global warming is no longer a topic of debate merely a potential danger. The WHO projects that there will be additional 250000 excess deaths each year between the years 2030-2050 as a direct result of the effects that are currently understood. Regarding the changing climate. Morbidity and mortality associated with heat, as well as increases in vector-borne diseases, are some of the effects (e.g. Dengue fever, malaria) higher cases of respiratory disease as well as mortality death toll attributed to harsh weather conditions. Changes in the climate that are incremental, including rising temperatures and sea level, and sporadic drought all have the potential to alter natural environments and cause widespread disruption. including climate warming and sea level, Change land use, agricultural conditions, deteriorate infrastructure and cause financial and interpersonal strain, and increase the likelihood of a variety of adverse health effects. Hostility, violence, and the uprooting of entire villages are all examples. Bringing about a shift in climate relevant at the local level by establishing connections to prominent local concerns and benefits. Comprises a crucial move toward closing the gap between increased worldwide awareness and the increasing importance of the topic locally, and especially for populations that are vulnerable. If we are to avoid the dangers that come with climate change: We need to change, and change drastically, in the ways that we think about things, the ways that we behave, and the ways that we allocate and deploy our resources, whether they be economic, human, or institutional. The essential part civil redesign is one of the greatest issues of our day; the environmental catastrophe, as a result, has an Anthropological dimension. This indicates that we will be required to re-examine both our cultural and types of social organization that are moving away from a culture that is center on consumerism and possessions. The environmental imperative requires us to rethink what it means to be an individual and what it means to be a community. According to the Global Environmental Outlook, even though humans have always had an impact on their environment, local environment, the ever-evolving character of human society, and the magnitude of the impact that these factors have on ecological systems have created a burden that is too great for the atmosphere, land, and water of the planet to bear.

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Published

2022-06-21

How to Cite

Environmental Crises and Impacts of Climate Change on Health. (2022). Journal of Science Innovations and Nature of Earth, 2(2). https://jsiane.com/index.php/files/article/view/144

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