UN Says Climate change is risks to human health

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UN Says Climate change is risks to human health

UN Says Climate change is risks to human health |Risks for human health are rising with climate change: UN. The World Environment Conference, held by the UN, will continue until December 13, with the UN warning that climate change is increasing the risks to human health. The World Health Organization said in the first global review of more than 100 countries that half of those countries had plans to tackle national health and climate change issues, but only 38 percent of countries were partially spending on those projects. Due to climate change and climate change, every creature on earth poses serious risks to their lives and survival. Negotiations will continue until December 13 to address this grave problem in the Spanish city of Madrid.

The conference is called COP 25 which aims to ensure that the Paris Agreement on Climate Change is fully implemented. The conference comes after a Climate Action Summit organized by the Secretary-General at the UN Headquarters in New York two months ago to bring the international community’s attention to environmental emergencies and accelerate efforts to end the effects of climate change. Was called The conference will review damages for climate change, particularly harsh weather conditions. Global leaders, negotiators, and activists from around 200 countries are participating in the conference.