Human Health Impacts of Climate Change Demand Attention: Scientific American
"The face of climate change ought to be people," epidemiologist George Luber, associate director for global climate change at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said in an interview last week. "We ought to kind of internalize it."Flashback: Hurricane Fatalities, 1900–2010: Context in these Stormy Times | Watts Up With That?
Some of those effects are easily identified, like the injuries and loss of life that result from more frequent and intense storms.
Luber dismissed the continued debate over climate science in the political sphere.
"The whole dialogue about climate deniers, that's irrelevant to me," he said. "I look at the science, and if somebody is a denier, they should look at the science, too."
If it’s warming, why are hurricane deaths and death rates going down?