Boosting women’s right and access to reproductive health services is better for them and for the planet, argues Isobel Braithwaite.
World Health and Meteorological Organisations collaborate to improve early warnings for climate-related health threats as a result of extreme weather and climate variability.
Research in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics journal suggests pollution and toxins in air could be ‘normal’ if new regulations are not adopted
How the conservation and sustainable use of Prunus africana is improving the lives of small-scale farmers in Africa.
New study looking at summer temperature variability in the US found that even small changes in temperature can shorten life expectancy of elderly people with chronic conditions.
Altered bird migration patterns could contribute to flu outbreaks.
As Shale Gas exploration rapidly expands in the US, health officials have called for an examination of any potential public health implications of the process.
As delegations thrash out a deal on climate change in the second week of COP17, a group of health leaders have urged a strong commitment protecting the lives of billions of people around the world.