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Climate Change, Health and Transportation by Enrique Jacoby

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Climate Change, Health and Transportation by Enrique Jacoby

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  • 1. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
  • 2. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
    Microbial contamination Transmission dynamics Ecosystems hydrology Socioeconomics demographics
  • 3. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
    • Health effects
    • Temperature
    • illness
    • Air-pollution
    • Water & Food
    • borne diseases
    • - Vector-borne d
    • Mental & nut
    • conditions
    Microbial contamination Transmission dynamics Ecosystems hydrology Socioeconomics demographics
  • 4. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
    • Health effects
    • Temperature
    • illness
    • Air-pollution
    • Water & Food
    • borne diseases
    • - Vector-borne d
    • Mental & nut
    • conditions
    Microbial contamination Transmission dynamics Ecosystems hydrology Socioeconomics demographics Health-specific Adaptation measures
  • 5.
    • Diarrhea episodes
    • Malaria
    • Fatal unintentional injuries
    • Malnutrition
    • Air pollution
    • Other infectious diseases
    • Food production via plant diseases
    • Drought and famine
    • Population displacement
    • Destruction of health infrastructure
    • Conflict over natural resources
    • Direct impact of heat and cold
    WHO, World Health Report 2002
  • 6.
    • Diarrhea episodes
    • Malaria
    • Fatal unintentional injuries
    • Malnutrition
    • Air pollution
    • Other infectious diseases
    • Food production via plant diseases
    • Drought and famine
    • Population displacement
    • Destruction of health infrastructure
    • Conflict over natural resources
    • Direct impact of heat and cold
    WHO, World Health Report 2002
  • 7. Attributable disease burden in year 2000 2000: 2.4% diarrhea and 6% Malaria 2030: Up10% diarrhea and Malaria 5,517 WORLD 8 Developed Countries 169 Western Pacific 2,572 South-East Asia 92 Latin America & Caribbean 768 Eastern Mediterranean 1,894 Africa DALY (1000) Region
  • 8. WHO 2005 70% of the burden of disease and 60% of deaths are caused by Non-communicable Diseases
  • 9. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
    Driving Forces Population Dynamics Unsustainable development Natural causes GHG emissions
  • 10. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
    Driving Forces Population Dynamics Unsustainable development Natural causes GHG emissions Adaptive capacity Mitigation measures
  • 11. CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Regional
    • weather
    • changes
    • Heatwaves
    • Extreme
    • weather
    • Temperature
    • - Precipitation
    Driving Forces Population Dynamics Unsustainable development Natural causes GHG emissions Adaptive capacity Mitigation Measures:
  • 12. Immediate coincidental Benefits of Mitigation
    • Massive public transportation
    • Sustainable urban planning
    • Green energy alternatives
    • Biodiversity preservation
    • Surge of local agriculture
    • Air quality: RD + CVD
    • Reduction of road injuries
    • Increase physical activity
    • Food diversity
    • Mental Health
  • 13. WHO 2005
  • 14. Caos Unsafety Noise Car dependency Diminished Quality of Life Congestion Pollution Economic losses Crime Physical Inactivity Obesity Stress Stress Respiratory & CV Diseases Insecurity Death