Health in the Arctic and climate change

  • Henning Sloth Pedersen

Abstract

The Arctic environment is like a magnifying glass. Many of the hazards stemming from industrial activity in the South tend to concentrate in the North. This is true for DDT, PCB, heavy metals and many other substances that may endanger human health. Climate change is yet another example of how the negative impact of industrial activity may be magnified in the Arctic region.

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Published
2007-09-01
How to Cite
Sloth Pedersen, H. (2007). Health in the Arctic and climate change. Polar Research, 26(2), 104-106. https://doi.org/10.3402/polar.v26i2.6224
Section
Special section. From the conference Melting Ice - A Hot Topic?