First, climate change is causing many health risks for people. Climate change is expected to worsen the already worrisome impacts of natural disasters on the population of Viet Nam, which are felt primarily by the poor and vulnerable, especially women, children, and the elderly. Four main sources of health impacts are extreme weather events causing injuries and deaths, water contamination, infectious diseases, food shortages, and mental health problems; droughts and heavy rainfall causing significant reductions in crop yields and productivity of subsistence agriculture; an increase in the number of very hot days in large cities, along with forest fires and dust storms adversely impacting air quality over broad areas and exacerbating the occurrence and intensity of health complications associated with high temperatures and respiratory diseases; and changes in temperature and rainfall patterns impacting not only the occurrence of vector-borne diseases such as malaria and dengue, but also changing and possibly extending the geographical habitat of the vectors of such diseases. Indirect impacts of climate change to human health through the source of infection, increase the likelihood of outbreak and spread of diseases such as influenza A/H1N1, AH5N1, diarrhea, cholera,… Climate change is one of the causes for the appearance of the number of infectious disease in the
Last, there is the loss of sea ice and the more intense heat waves.= which can be a problem in the future. Not only climate change can affect society such as humans and animals, but can also affect the economy. We know that climate changes cause sea level to rise, and when the sea level rise a lot, droughts can occur. Tsunami also occurs, and tsunami kills people and destroys people. So when the tsunami occurs, it destroys many buildings.
Increments in substantial downpours, surges, and extreme tempests, where these happen, can be exceptionally troublesome to society and are among the potential effects of general concern. Rising ocean levels will influence seaside ranges, along which, human groups are concentrated. Changes in temperature and precipitation will influence characteristic environments and will effect on horticulture and sustenance supplies. Mass movement also contributes to health risks as more diseases will be easily spread especially those that are not common to other parts of the world, which will cause the government expenditure
Abstract A changing climate impacts our health and wellbeing. The major public health organizations of the world have said that climate change is a critical public health problem. Climate change makes many existing diseases and conditions worse, but it may also help introduce new pests and pathogens into new regions or communities. As the planet warms, oceans expand and the sea level rises, floods and droughts become more frequent and intense, and heat waves and hurricanes become more severe. The most vulnerable people are children, the elderly, the poor, and those with underlying health conditions; they are at increased risk for health effects from climate change.
The first major claim of this paper is the changing environment has particularly influenced the health of the people of, Bangladesh by threatening lives with numerous diseases. The major concerns of varying ecological patterns are global warming and natural calamities so forth and, these changes of the environment are the premise of vector-borne and water-borne infections which cause deaths of millions of people. In this nation, individuals experience the ill effects of numerous sicknesses in light of, environmental
David illustrates that due to the planet getting warmer as carbon is released along with methane and other greenhouse gases, our air becomes too polluted and harmful. Also because of the increase in CO2, it would cause intense wildfires and smog which would again increase the CO2 levels, thus going in a continuous cycle. The sixth and seventh scenarios described how increases in temperature could cause violence and how climate change could result in economic collapse as fossil fuels would be exhausted. David uses logic to describe how wars would increase due to limited resources and how the economy would crash due to the intense spending of money to fight climate change. The last scenario again relates to food.
There are many climate changes that will affect the economy and the amount of debt that we are in as a country. As global warming changes and the weather changes that causes different natural disasters to occur. When different storms strike different areas that causes us to make the move and help those lives who have been affected by the tragic disaster. Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, cloud forests are dying, and wildlife is scrambling to keep pace. It's becoming clear that humans have caused most of the past century's warming by releasing heat-trapping gases as we power our modern lives.
Human societies interact with their environment and adjust it in response to their emerging patterns of production and consumption. Industrial revolution that began in mid-20th century marked a shift to powered, special-purpose machinery, factories and mass production. Since then earth’s climate has changed rapidly and it has now created several major global challenges. Climate change increases the risk of acute events like storms, droughts and floods, cyclical changes in precipitation, or long-term changes in temperature and sea levels. This paper analyses if these trends impact society?
Prior to the industrial revolution, non-anthropogenic variables were leading roles in climate change but has quickly changed as anthropogenic activities play the leading role in climate change today. Although climate has been changing for decades it has been a recent change in causes that allows climate change to worsen as time goes by. Climate is the average that stands consistent for a long time in an area of precipitation, temperature, atmospheric circulation and atmospheric chemistry. Climate can be affected and changed by man forced and unforced factors. These include volcanic forcing, solar forcing, solar variability and the industrial chemicals.
INTRODUCTION 1. Climate change is one of the vital environmental challenges that humanity is facing, with implications on natural ecosystems, food production, fresh water, health, etc. The harmful impacts of Climate change are already manifesting themselves round the world witha variety of extreme weather events like storms, droughts, floods and cyclones that are mounting in frequency and intensity. In line with the newest scientific assessment, the earth’s Climate system has incontrovertibly modified on each international and regional scales since the pre-industrial era. The Inter-Governmental Panel on Climatechange (IPCC) states that the world mean Climate could increase between 1.4 to 5.80C before the current century ends.