Gruji3 (1999) argues that UV radiation from the exposure to sunlight is the most common, known and prominent physical carcinogen. The relationships between continuous exposure to skin cancer and UV rays were confirmed by experiments by physicians.
McMichael4 (2003) reports that in the event that environmental change and ensuing stratospheric cooling postpone the recuperation of defensive ozone, there will be more noteworthy quantities of skin cancer. In addition to this, Melanoma, which is the most feared cancer type in the world, is the most feared cancer in skin cancers. As long as climate change and related effects continue to be seen, humanity will be destroyed by lethal skin cancer. In other words, the skin cancer that is seen as a result of climate change impacts is a strong reason for the destruction of a human being.
The air and climate are the determinants of the distribution and repetition of water, food, and animal-borne diseases, including the vector (through infection, through the sucking of blood through the tick, mosquito-like pests to humans). Haines6 at all (2006) argues that 2-5 degrees increase globally appears by the day. Different problems are accelerated by especially climate warming.
Many infectious diseases can be transmitted from a person to another person due to the changes in the temperature, floods, and drought. The frequency of the pathogens explained as disease-causing disease and microorganism vary depending on the weather conditions and the change in it.
Haines6 at all (2005) argues that the increase in the risk of the heat wave is explained as human impacts on the world and weather conditions depending on the climate change has doubled hazards especially infection disease and pathogens. So, that means the deadly infectious diseases cause the death of millions of people around the world every year. Infection diseases such as lower respiratory tract infections, diarrheal diseases, HIV / AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria result in the death of many people.