Foul Weather Ahead and We're Low on Gas

Barbara, Joanna Santa
August 2006
Croatian Medical Journal;2006, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p665
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the health effects of human impact on the biosphere and the associated health impact of oil scarcity in the age of post-peak oil. It discusses the role of health professionals in identifying the health risks ahead. It discusses the health benefits of responses to climate change and peak oil.


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