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Climate change affecting health - WDTV;

Climate change affecting health - WDTV

WDTVClimate change affecting healthWDTV(CBS) -- As climate change affects air pollution, scientists estimate 60,000 people could die in the year 2030 if not addressed. "It can speed up the reaction rate of air pollutants that form in the atmosphere, places that by and large get dryer from ...and more »

Climate Change May Trigger 60000 More Premature Deaths by 2030 - Philly.com

Climate Change May Trigger 60000 More Premature Deaths by 2030Philly.comMONDAY, July 31, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- If nothing is done to address climate change, tens of thousands more early deaths may occur worldwide from exposure to air pollution in the coming decades, a new study contends. Increases in air pollution ...and more »

Researchers Say 60000 Will Die In 2030 Due To Rising Pollution - CBS Philly;

Researchers Say 60000 Will Die In 2030 Due To Rising Pollution - CBS Philly

CBS PhillyResearchers Say 60000 Will Die In 2030 Due To Rising PollutionCBS PhillyPHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Scientists say hotter temperatures speed up the chemical reactions that create air pollutants, which impact public health. This research adds to growing evidence that the overall health effects of a changing climate are likely to ...and more »

Air pollution deaths expected to rise because of climate change - CBS News;

Air pollution deaths expected to rise because of climate change - CBS News

CBS NewsAir pollution deaths expected to rise because of climate changeCBS NewsNew research predicts that air pollution worsened by climate change will cost tens of thousands of lives if changes are not made. The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, estimates that if current trends continue, climate change will ...and more »

Climate change will cause more deaths from air pollution - Scoop.co.nz

Climate change will cause more deaths from air pollutionScoop.co.nzNew research estimates that if climate change goes unchecked 60,000 more people will die globally from air pollution in 2030 – just 13 years away. The figure rises to more than 260,000 people in 2100 due to climate change's effect on global air pollution.and more »

Here's where climate change could generate toxic air pollution - PBS NewsHour;

Here's where climate change could generate toxic air pollution - PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHourHere's where climate change could generate toxic air pollutionPBS NewsHourBuildings are seen in heavy haze in Beijing's central business district, January 14, 2013. Photo by Jason Lee/REUTERS. Climate change could choke parts of the planet. Global shifts in temperature and precipitation can create pockets of two air ...and more »

Is Dirty Air The Cure For Climate Change? - HuffPost;

Is Dirty Air The Cure For Climate Change? - HuffPost

HuffPostIs Dirty Air The Cure For Climate Change?HuffPostThat's an incredibly cynical take on the fact that the World Health Organization (WHO) now considers air pollution a global health crisis on par with malaria, AIDS, and tuberculosis. But this monumental shift in the public health community due to the ...and more »

Air pollution deaths to rise under climate change - New Zealand Herald

Air pollution deaths to rise under climate changeNew Zealand HeraldNew Zealand has some of the cleanest and safest air on the planet - but even our country won't be immune to future effects of climate change on air pollution. Photo / File. Jamie Morton. By: Jamie Morton. Science Reporter, NZ Herald.and more »

Global warming will cause 260000 premature deaths from air pollution by 2100, shocking study claims - Daily Mail;

Global warming will cause 260000 premature deaths from air pollution by 2100, shocking study claims - Daily Mail

Daily MailGlobal warming will cause 260000 premature deaths from air pollution by 2100, shocking study claimsDaily MailClimate change will cause 260,000 deaths globally by 2100 through air pollution, a shocking new study claims. It adds to growing evidence that the overall health effects of a changing climate are likely to be overwhelmingly negative. The study includes ...and more »

Climate change expected to increase premature deaths from air pollution - Phys.Org;

Climate change expected to increase premature deaths from air pollution - Phys.Org

Phys.OrgClimate change expected to increase premature deaths from air pollutionPhys.OrgA new study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill estimates that future climate change, if left unaddressed, is expected to cause roughly 60,000 deaths globally in the year 2030 and 260,000 deaths in 2100 due to climate change's effect ...and more »