Climatic changes affect global health, thus warned Dr. Margaret Chan of the who, noting that while gradual warming of the planet, the weather effects will be translated with more storms, more floods, more droughts and more heat waves and will be acute and abrupt, affecting water, air and food. Since the World Health Organization express that because of the climate, the human being is exposed to diseases that cause the death of millions of people that have to do with malnutrition, responsible for 3.5 million deaths, diarrheal diseases, which marked the death of more than 1.8 million and malaria also responsible for the deaths of 1 million people. While cannot be attributed solely to climate change these trends and events the frequency of these phenomena and its intensity will contribute with its increase by which indicate an additional burden to the health system in many regions because climate change is at the level world does not hit the same way to all regions in terms of the consequences and they influence the health problems that are already seated and in developing countries and they will be much more difficult to combat. In this sense who and all its partners as United Nations programme for the environment, the World Meteorological Organization and the United Nations agriculture and food are working on a research plan to improve important estimates and the vulnerable nature of health to establish strategies and instruments for their protection. In fact who has awareness of the need to support the regions in order to find a way to cope with the difficulties of climate changes. Original author and source of the article.