Climate Change and the Health of Nations: Famines, Fevers and the Fate of Nations (2017). Written by a pioneering epidemiologist who developed the connection between epidemiology and global environmental change. Author: Anthony McMichael
WHO Training Course: The Training Course consists of 19 sessions in the format of PowerPoint slides and text notes. A “Participants’ Guide”, a “Facilitators’ Guide”, associated bibliography and key reference documents, copies of two IPCC glossaries, and a list of acronyms used in the course are provided.
Climate Change is Cooking Our Workforce (July 2018), Washington Post Op-ed, D Arkush & D Michaels (former head of OSHA, USA)
The Climate Apartheid: How Global Warming Affects the Rich and Poor (2017), The Rolling Stone
What are the Actual Impacts of Climate Change on South Africa’s Environment? The Green Times
In The Sweltering South, Climate Change is Now a Workplace Hazard, August 2017. New York Times
Why Climate Change is a Human Rights Issues
A series of TED Talks to learn about the ways climate change is deeply altering how we live, where we live and the foods we eat – ultimately threatening some of our most basic human rights.
Why I must speak out about climate change
Top climate scientist James Hansen tells the story of his involvement in the science of and debate over global climate change. In doing so he outlines the overwhelming evidence that change is happening and why that makes him deeply worried about the future.
Welcome to the Anthropocene (3 min) — A film about the state of the planet—opened the UN's Rio+20 summit on sustainable development. The summit was the largest UN meeting to date (2012).