UNEP needs to improve the health of our environment in order to improve human health

The Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM) has celebrated World Environment Health Day through its webinar, ‘Environment, Climate Change and Impact on Human Health’.

The Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM) has organized a webinar on ‘Environment, Climate Change and Impact on Human Health’ to mark World Environmental Health Day, to find solutions to ‘Global Warming and Climate Change’.

Atul Bagai, country head of the United Nations Environment Program’s (UNEP) India office, said: “To improve human health we need to improve the health of the environment. Everything we eat, drink or breathe is associated with nature. According to the World Health Organization, pollution And environmental problems cause 23 percent of the world’s deaths. The growing impact of disease is also affecting our productivity and socialization. We need to better understand the connection between nature and humans. We need to understand its impact on human health. Health and human health will be included. ” Improving environmental quality will protect us from disease and thus we need to find solutions to reduce pollution.

Sharing thoughts on the current and future state of the polar region in the context of climate change. Ravi Chandran, director, National Center for Polar and Ocean Research (ESSO-NCPOR), Ministry of Earth Sciences, said climate change and polar relations are more important. The melting of sea ice encourages excess rainfall, climate change increases sea level, and cyclones intensify as sea levels rise. The polar regions, especially the Arctic, are warming faster than other regions. Chandran said an effective and mitigation policy is needed to mitigate risks and uncertainties.

Ashok Chauhan, Founder President of Amity Education Group, said that if anyone now asks what is the biggest problem of the world, country and society, the answer would be climate change and pollution. Amity scientists have undertaken a mission to conduct further research on the environment, climate change and pollution reduction. Climate change is a major challenge facing the world today, which needs to be tackled together on a priority basis.

Aditya Narayan Singh, Additional Director (O) / Scientist E, Ozone Cell, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, says the use of fossil fuels has been causing climate change for the last 50 years. Climate change is affecting social health. He said that due to the depletion of the ozone layer, ultraviolet rays come directly to the earth. When the rays reach the earth directly, it is extremely harmful to human beings and gives rise to various diseases, even the earth’s temperature is rising. The environment needs to be improved through awareness and sharing collaboration.

During the ceremony, Professor Wayne Richards, Associate Director Global Environment Leader, Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Shenzhen Bristol; Dr. Ajay Nagpur, Head (Associate Director), Air Quality, World Resource Institute; W. Selvamurthy, President – Amity Science, Technology and Innovation Foundation was also present and shared their ideas.

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