World to end tomorrow, women and disadvantaged hardest hit

“Global warming, pollution, and the environmental consequences of energy production impose a greater burden on low-income, disadvantaged communities, and strategies to prevent these inequities are urgently needed. A provocative collection of articles on climate justice presents the global implications of climate change and its effects on human health and the environment in a special issue of Environmental Justice, a peer-reviewed journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.” “Disproportionate effects of global warming and pollution on disadvantaged communities

Get a life! A warmer globe (pity the globe’s been cooling for over a decade) is a healthier globe, just look at the misery of the Little Ice Age.

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