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- Patz, Jonathan A.; Gibbs, Holly K.; Foley, Jonathan A.; Rogers, Jamesine V.; Smith, Kirk R.
- EcoHealth 2007 v.4 no.4 pp. 397-405
- greenhouse gas emissions, etc ; at-risk population; biofuels; burden of disease; carbon; carbon dioxide; children; debt; demographic statistics; developing countries; environmental hazards; ethics; food prices; global warming; greenhouse gases; income; risk; temperature; Australia; Canada; China; India; Japan; United States; Western European region; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Climate change, as an environmental hazard operating at the global scale, poses a unique and “involuntary exposure” to many societies, and therefore represents possibly the largest health inequity of our time. According to statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO), regions or populations already experiencing the most increase in diseases attributable to temperature rise in the past 30 ye ...