Public health, environmental and social determinants of health
These infographics help present ideas on how public health, environmental and social determinants of health affect your well being in a clear and concise way.
Each year 1.7 million deaths of children under 5 are linked to the environment.
Good health requires policies that actively support health. It requires different sectors working together to ensure all people have equal opportunities to achieve the highest level of health.
What is the big picture? Where is it happening? Top 10 causes of death from the environment.
Climate change effects everyone. Countries with weak health systems will be least able to prepare and respond, and children are the most vulnerable due to long term exposures to environmental risks.
Lead is harmful to everyone. There is no safe level of lead exposure.
BreatheLife is a global campaign to raise awareness about the health risks of short-lived climate pollutants.
Countries are not increasing spending fast enough to meet the water and sanitation targets under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Sunbeds pose a risk for all people. The most vulnerable are young and fair-skin people.
2.1 billion people globally lack safe water at home.
Mercury is a naturally occurring metal. When released into the environment it can be toxic.