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Climate Change and Environmental Health

Climate change poses a profound threat to environmental health, significantly impacting ecosystems, weather patterns, and natural resources. Rising temperatures, sea level rise, extreme weather events, and altered precipitation patterns are causing shifts in habitats and triggering disruptions in ecosystems. These changes have far-reaching consequences for both human and animal health, highlighting the interconnectedness emphasized by the One Health approach. One Health recognizes the inextricable links between human, animal, and environmental health, and emphasizes collaboration among these disciplines to address complex global challenges. In the context of climate change, the One Health framework becomes especially pertinent.

Committee C DIAS

For all Inquires Regarding Committee C Please Contact your Chair Emery Alday at emeryalday@my.yorku.ca

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