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Ecosystems and human well-being : health synthesis

Corvalan, Carlos, Hales, Simon, McMichael, Anthony, Butler, Colin, Campbell-Lendrum, Diarmid, Confalonieri, Ulisses, Leitner, Kerstin, Lewis, Nancy, Patz, Jonathan, Polson, Karen, Scheraga, Joel, Woodward, Alistair and Younes, Maged 2005, Ecosystems and human well-being : health synthesis, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

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Title Ecosystems and human well-being : health synthesis
Alternative title Millennium ecosystem assessment
Author(s) Corvalan, Carlos
Hales, Simon
McMichael, Anthony
Butler, Colin
Campbell-Lendrum, Diarmid
Confalonieri, Ulisses
Leitner, Kerstin
Lewis, Nancy
Patz, Jonathan
Polson, Karen
Scheraga, Joel
Woodward, Alistair
Younes, Maged
Publication date 2005
Series Millennium ecosystem assessment series
Total pages iv, 53 p.
Publisher World Health Organization
Place of Publication Geneva, Switzerland
Keyword(s) Environmental health
Online resources. local
Electronic texts. local
ecosystem services
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
biodiversity
climate change
malaria
greenhouse gas
Nipah virus
infectious diseases
bushmeat
dengue fever
World Health Organization
Ramsar Convention
cryptosporidiosis
desertification
deforestation
Millennium Development Goals
sub-Saharan Africa
United Nations
disability-adjusted
air pollution
Summary This report synthesizes the findings from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment's (MA) global and sub-global assessments of how ecosystem changes do, or could, affect human health and well-being. Main topics covered are: Food, fresh water, timber, fibre, and fuel, nutrient and waste management, pollution, processing and detoxification, cultural, spiritual and recreational services, climate regulation, and extreme weather events.
Notes Contents: Why do ecosystems matter to human health? -- How have ecosystems changed and what are the health implications? -- What actions are required to address the health consequences of ecosystem change? -- How can priorities be established for actions to address the health consequences of ecosystem change? -- What are the policy implications of the most robust findings and key uncertainties?
ISBN 9241563095
9789241563093
Language eng
Field of Research 111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category A5 Minor research monograph
Copyright notice ©2005, World Health Organization
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30010486

Document type: Book
Collection: School of Health and Social Development
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