WHO says climate change killing 150,000 a year


MILAN (Reuters) - Global warming killed 150,000 people in 2000 ? and 20,000 this year alone in a European heatwave, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday. Climate change, linked by scientists to human emissions of gases like carbon dioxide from cars and factories, is causing more frequent floods and droughts and melting ice caps. […]

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