while There are no definitive numbers on how many people die every year as a result of global warming. However, a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research's (NERB), shows that the death rate will steadily increase, and if you don't address the problem.
Research suggests that rising temperatures are going to be particularly devastating for the poorer and warmer parts of the world. Of these sites, it will be more difficult to adapt to the new climatic conditions, which results in the death toll is rising.
" of Course, poorer countries are impacted more negatively. Climate change is a public health issue and a gender issue, " says klimatforskaren, and the co-author of Bob Cup into The Issue.
just As lethal as malaria,
NERB type, the global mortality rate is going to be increased, to 73 deaths per 100,000 people, at the end of the century, if emissions continue to rise. This figure matches the current death rate from all infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis, hiv/ aids, malaria, and yellow fever.
in The poorest countries in the the hot areas are expected to have the highest mortality rate. Countries such as Ghana, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sudan are going to be more than 200 deaths per 100 000 people. The colder, the richer countries, such as Norway and Canada, meanwhile, will see a reduction in the number of deaths, as there are fewer will die of the extremkyla.
" It's going to be a variety of changes around the world, poorer people have a much lower capacity to adapt. The rich countries, even though mortality is on the increase, may have to pay more in order to adapt.
"It's the people who have done the least to cause climate change who are suffering from them," said ekonomiprofessorn, Amir Jina, who also contributed to the study.
from 1 to 500 died from the heat in France
in Order to obtain mortality rates, the researchers used massive databases to the point of death, and temperaturregister in order to see how they are related. They found a correlation between heat waves and heart attacks.
Last year, died in 1500, in France during the heat wave.
" Many of the older people to die indirectly due to the heat. It's eerily similar to the covid people who are ill, or have underlying medical conditions are more vulnerable to the heat. If you have a heart problem and ends up in a heat wave, you will be driven to collapse, " says Amir Jina.
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