A whole new set of ungovernable pathogens are being loosed on the world's blood supplies. A warming climate has allowed blood-borne tropical diseases to flourish where once they were unheard of, and they're getting around.
"Ocean Acidification Explained in Two Minutes (video) (via Grist) (2 min) (2015) A brief animated video briefly outlining ocean acidification, which shows how significantly climate change is affecting our oceans and those who live there.
Temperatures as high as 50 degrees C [122 F] raise death toll over 1500 in India: Is this a glimpse of Earth's future: A man takes bath under the tap of a water tanker on a hot day in Ahmadabad. #auspol
Lack of Action on Climate Change Is Costing Fishing Jobs
One of the clearest signs of health risks in a warming world has emerged in one of the world's most advanced economies, as Canada belatedly struggles to cope with Lyme disease's migration in North America