Heat-related deaths worldwide have increased by about 68% since the beginning of the millennium, according to data comparing 2000-04 to 2017-21, when the issue was made worse by Covid-19. Extreme heat was linked to 98 million cases of hunger worldwide. In the U.S., heat-related deaths for people over age 65 are estimated to have increased by about 74% during that same time period. The annual report catalogs the health impacts of change worldwide and a separate policy brief outlines impacts in the U.S. "It is a matter of deep regret that there is a sharp contrast between the care and compassion rightly shown for Ukrainian refugees and other elements of the refugee and asylum system." "We are sorry that a young man with mental health issues was able to gain access to an assault rifle and we could not keep you safe," Davis said. "All we can do is join with you in mourning. Alexzandria Bell, the dancer with the illuminating smile, and Mrs. Jean Kuczka, the teacher that loved and was beloved — we will never forget them. Doctors are taking aim at the fossil fuels industry, placing blame for the world’s most dire health problems on the companies that continue to seek oil and gas profits even as climate change worsens heat waves, intensifies flooding and roils people’s mental health. - ItbG2e <span class="leading-1.3 text-2xl text-green-success">Working</span>

Pub: 02 Nov 2022 02:55 UTC
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