And climate change is making us sick. Sealevel rises, changes to the severity of monsoon seasons and rainfall, flooding, droughts and Author PhD Candidate in Epidemiology and Public Health at
University College London Disclosure Statement Geordan Shannon does not work for, consult to, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this
article, and has no relevant affiliations. Provides funding as a Founding Partner of TheConversation. ucl.ac.uk Alastair Mackies Mosquito Coast. Noodlefish It is beyond doubt that our emissions
contribute to climate change. And climate change is making us sick. Sealevel rises, changes to the severity of monsoon seasons and rainfall, flooding, droughts and heatwaves are all predicted to
have an increasing impact on our health.
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