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Upscale and global environmental risk impacting human health encompasses climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion, and changes in the economic system impacting the loss to biodiversity, shifting in hydrological systems and the supplies of freshwater, urbanizing, deterioration of land, and emphasis upon the food production industry.
The Lancet sponsored the creation of the report collaborated by a group of specialists from the University College of London. In the report delivered on May 13, 2009 climate change was identified as the has quickly become the number one global threat in the 21st century which is estimated to worsen significantly over the next one hundred years (Brahnic, 2009)...