What are the potential health risks associated with climate change and how can sustainable measures, such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions, mitigate those risks for the benefit of public health?
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Climate change poses several health risks, and sustainable measures that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions can help mitigate these risks for the benefit of public health. Some potential health risks associated with climate change include:
In summary, sustainable measures that reduce GHG emissions and mitigate climate change can have significant benefits for public health by reducing the risks of heat-related illnesses, air pollution-related health issues, vector-borne diseases, food and waterborne illnesses, and mental health impacts. By adopting sustainable practices and policies, we can work towards a more resilient and healthier future for both humans and the planet.