Climate and Health – Caribbean Perspectives
As the world monitors the global thermometer, 1.5 to stay alive is more crucial than ever. There is a direct correlation between climate and health which is escalating. Extreme weather events, vector-borne diseases, respiratory illnesses and concerns around food and water security are issues which are looming over us as we witness a transforming environment. There is a need for a close examination of climate and its impact on health as there is need for mitigation and adaptation.
This series explores some of the experiences across the Caribbean and illustrates the need for cross border collaboration and cooperation towards solutions.