Health risks, present and future, from global climate change.

  title={Health risks, present and future, from global climate change.},
  author={T Mcmichael and Hugh Montgomery and Anthony C. Costello},
There is now no serious scientific debate: human actions are changing the world’s climate, and are set to do so at an increasing rate in coming decades. 2 Urgent action is now required to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (the dominant long acting greenhouse gas), if global temperature rises are not to exceed 2°C—the International Energy Authority warns that “the door to 2°C is closing.” Indeed, emissions must be hugely curtailed within just two decades, and then zero net emissions achieved by… CONTINUE READING
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