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Climate change, human impact report: the anatomy of a silent crisis

Source(s):  Global Humanitarian Forum (GHF)

This report documents the full impact of climate change on human society worldwide today. It covers in specific detail the most critical areas of the global impact of climate change, namely on food, health, poverty, water, human displacement, and security. The third section of this report highlights the massive socio-economic implications of those impacts, in particular, that worst affected are the world’s poorest groups, who cannot be held responsible for the problem. The final section examines how sustainable development and the Millennium Development Goals are in serious danger, the pressures this will exert on humanitarian assistance, and the great need to integrate efforts in adapting to climate change.



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  • Climate change, human impact report: the anatomy of a silent crisis
  • Publication date 2009
  • Number of pages 116 p.

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