- The Earth is warming quicker than at any point in recorded history leading to more wildfires, floods and droughts that put human health on the line.
- Between 2030 and 2050 a quarter of a million more people could die every year from malaria, heat stress, undernutrition and diarrhoea — because our changing climate will lead to many more cases of these conditions.
- In our 13th Health Beat episode, we bring together activists and academics to show you how climate change hurts our health — starting in Mpumalanga where smog suffocates Secunda’s people.
- A Tanzanian doctor tells Mia Malan how floods and droughts make HIV and TB spread. Malan also talks to climate justice activist Kumi Naidoo about how climate change affects young people’s mental health and how they view the future.
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