Lives depend on climate deal as islands bear brunt of health impact

from Reuters - Thomson Reuters Foundation
Published on 05 Dec 2015 View Original

Source: Reuters - Sat, 5 Dec 2015 20:55 GMT

Author: Reuters

  • Global health alliance was set up at Durban climate talks

  • Rising tides bring rise in disease

  • Developed, developing worlds all at climate health risk

By Barbara Lewis

PARIS, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Small islands that bear the brunt of rising sea levels also face the greatest risk of diseases linked to a warmer planet, health leaders said on Saturday, as 13 million medical professionals added to the calls for a global climate pact.

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