There is always plenty of talk about the environmental and economic benefits of reducing carbon emissions. However, the impact on human health is sometimes swept under the rug.
Proof that a reduction in greenhouse gases could improve health and well-being should be an incentive to do more to reduce emissions. As modern research shows pollutant particles pose a big risk to many people across the world, and the problems don’t stop there.
The main area of interest with greenhouse gasses and health care is with air quality and breathing.… Read the rest