Climate change is bad for our health — getting people to connect the dots
Leading scientists are mincing no words when it comes to how climate change will impact us on the most personal level — it will have real consequences on our health. Over the coming decades, climate change is likely to increase rates of an array of conditions: allergies, asthma, heart disease, and infectious disease, just to name a few.
Although many people understand the damage climate change is inflicting on the planet, far fewer recognize its link to their and their family’s health.
How do we bridge this knowledge gap and help people embrace the reality that their health and the planet’s health are connected? Read more.