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Climate Change Could Contribute To Shifting Global Disease Patterns, Research Suggests

Humanosphere: Climate change may increase spread of infectious diseases, researchers say Humanosphere reporter Tom Murphy discusses the research of zoologists Daniel Brooks and Eric Hoberg, who examine the correlations between climate change and emerging diseases in a study published recently in the journal Philosophical Transactions B. The researchers recommend increased…

Brazil’s São Paulo Faces Water Crisis

New York Times: Taps Start to Run Dry in Brazil’s Largest City “… ‘We’re witnessing an unprecedented water crisis in one of the world’s great industrial cities,’ said Marússia Whately, a water specialist at Instituto Socioambiental, a Brazilian environmental group. ‘Because of environmental degradation and political cowardice, millions of people…

World Must Balance Food Production, Consumption With Need For Biofuels

Huffington Post: Looking Beyond the Crisis Jose Graziano da Silva, director general of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization “…Increasing humanity’s food supply by 60 percent in the next 35 years, through the agricultural practices we use today, would require some 50 percent more energy and 40 percent more water,…

Religious Ideology Should Not Restrict Women’s Access To Modern Contraceptives

Project Syndicate: Population and the Pope Peter Singer, professor of bioethics at Princeton University and laureate professor at the University of Melbourne “…Providing [women worldwide] with access to contraception would help them plan their lives as they wish, weaken demand for abortion, reduce maternal deaths, give children a better start…

19 Die From Cholera Outbreak In Flooded Parts Of Mozambique

Reuters: Cholera outbreak kills 19 in flood-hit Mozambique “A cholera outbreak in parts of Mozambique hit by floods has killed 19 people, the government said, raising the death toll from one of the worst disasters to hit southern Africa in years…” (Mucari, 2/11).