Organized by Health Care Without Harm, Health & Environment Alliance, Environmental Quality Protection Foundation, International Federation of Medical Students’ Association (IFMSA)
International health leaders in Durban for the global climate talks have called on negotiators to push for the most ambitious commitments possible, warning that the direction of current negotiations risks the lives of billions of people around the globe.
The cards laid on the table yesterday signalled that the deadlock over the Kyoto Protocol and the Green Climate Fund might break before COP17 wraps up in Durban at the end of the week.
Durban, South Africa — What’s bad for the climate is bad for health.
Poor weather conditions can expose a child in Namalu Sub-county in Nakapiripirit district to cold-related diseases.