global impact of climate change - Coggle Diagram
global impact of climate change
the distribution of diseases borne by vectors
harm human health by increasing ground-level ozone
longer pollen seasons
Floods are the second deadliest of all weather-related hazards in the United States, accounting for approximately 98 deaths per year
waterborne disease outbreaks
increase the environmental exposure to a broad set of health hazards including wildfires, dust storms, extreme heat events, flash flooding, degraded water quality, and reduced water quantity.
sea level rise
impact on coastal and shallow marine plants and animals will be affected,
over 8 inches (about 23 cm) since 1880, with about three of those inches gained in the last 25 years.
global warming have led to greater-than-average summer melting
reduced levels of nutrients such as calcium, iron, zinc, vitamins, and sugars( health issue
increase in hunger
cant access to clean water(flooding)
can't grow crops
increases in death rates during heat waves.
increased hospital admissions for cardiovascular, kidney, and respiratory disorders.
educe illness, injuries, and deaths associated with cold and snow.