Global temperature rise bound to affect human health

Non-State actors such as companies, cities, regions and provinces have vital role in realizing bigger reductions in current and future emissions. UN File Photo/Kibae Park

Human health is bound to suffer if global warming goes beyond the limits agreed in December at the Paris climate change conference.

That's the view of Jörg Hacker, a member of the UN Secretary-General's Scientific Advisory Board.

At the climate summit, Mr Hacker spoke to Cristina Silveiro, who asked him to forecast how human health would be affected by extra carbon emissions in the atmosphere.

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