Climate of change

Ramin, Brodie
November 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/6/2007, Vol. 177 Issue 10, p1320
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the increasing mortality rate due to global climatic change which was reported by the World Health Organization that recommends medical and industrial community to take action towards prevention of climate change. He assesses that severe climate change would result to increased malnutrition and mortality from heat waves, floods, storms, fires and droughts. He recognizes the increasing greenhouse gas emissions in Canada that requires social cooperation to solve the problem.


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