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global pollinator losses & early deaths
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Global pollinator losses causing 500,000 early deaths a year – study

Insect declines mean reduced yields of healthy foods like fruit and vegetables and increased disease in people.

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Body shock: Six ways the heat affects the human body

How excessive temperatures can harm every part of our bodies causing, in extreme cases, cancer, strokes and heart attacks.

Air pollutants cost Canada
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Air pollutants cost Canada $120B a year: Health Canada

The health burden from pollutants in the air that come from industrial activities like oil and gas extraction, mining, manufacturing, construction, and transportation — as well as natural events like forest fires — contributed to 15,300 premature Canadian deaths in 2016.
Baltimore's pollution-spewing trash incinerator

Inside the fight to shut down Baltimore's pollution-spewing trash incinerator

"If you drive here at certain times of night, it smells like death."
As wildfire smoke becomes a part of life on the West Coast, so do its health risks

As wildfire smoke becomes a part of life on the West Coast, so do its health risks

Wildfires are causing record amounts of smoke to settle over West Coast states, leading to new habits and health problems.
Connecting the dots between environmental injustice and coronavirus
e360.yale.edu

Connecting the dots between environmental injustice and coronavirus

Scientist Sacoby Wilson has long focused on health issues related to environmental injustice. In an e360 interview, he discusses how social and environmental inequality have contributed to the outsized impact of COVID-19.

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