Klimawandel & Gesundheit

Der Klimawandel ist kein Zukunftsszenario, sondern bereits heute Realität. Er wird gravierende Folgen für die Gesundheit der Weltbevölkerung mit sich bringen. Auch für Österreich stellt er eine bedeutende und zunehmende Bedrohung für die Gesundheit dar. Hier finden Sie Fachliteratur und weiterführende Informationen.

 

Welche Auswirkungen hat der Klimawandel auf unsere Gesundheit?

 

Literaturliste zu „Klimawandel & Gesundheit: Die Fakten“

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