By Dr. Pontian Okoli
The United Nations Climate Change Conference of 2021 (COP 26) has been described as ‘the world’s best last chance’ to effectively address the dire consequences of climate change. The changes are all too evident and have led to increased wildfires around the world and they cause further air pollution, destroy property, farmlands, loss of biodiversity and habitats, and injuries or deaths. The health effects are physical, mental, and psychosocial.
In this publication, rising issues as it affects Climate Change are dealt with seriatim.