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Cianconi, P.; Betrò, S.; Janiri, L.  (2020)    CC

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Paul J. Schramm, Munerah Ahmed, Hannah Siegel, Jamie Donatuto et al.  (2020)    CC

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Damialis, A.; Traidl-Hoffmann, C.; Treudler, R.  (2019)    CC

Biodiversity and Health in the Face of Climate Change pp 47–66 This chapter reviews the emerging importance of pollen allergies in relation to ongoing climate change. Allergic diseases have been increasing in prevalence over the last decades, partly as the result of the impact of climate change. Increased sensitisation rates and more severe symptoms have been the partial outcome of: increased pollen production of wind-pollinated plants resulting in long-term increased abundance of pollen in the air we breathe; earlier shifts of airborne pollen seasons making occurrence of allergic symptoms harder to predict and deal with efficiently; increased allergenicity of pollen causing more severe health effects in allergic individuals; introduction of new, invasive allergenic plant species causing new sensitisations; environment-environment interactions, such as plants and hosted microorganisms, i.e. fungi and bacteria, which comprise a complex and dynamic system, with additive, presently unforeseeable influences on human health; environment-human interactions, as the consequence of a combination of environmental factors, like air pollution, global warming, urbanisation and microclimatic variability, which create a multi-resolution spatiotemporal system that requires new processing technologies and huge data inflow in order to be thoroughly investigated. We suggest that novel, real-time, personalised pollen information services, like mobile-app risk alerts, must be developed to provide the optimum first line of allergy management

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World Health Organization (WHO)  (2018)    C_WHO

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Katie Hayes, G. Blashki, J. Wiseman et al. International Journal of Mental Health Systems  (2018)    CC

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World Bank Group  (2017)    C1

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The World Bank Group  (2017)    CC

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Public Health Institute/Center for Climate Change and Health  (2016)    CC

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International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA)  (2016)    C1

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NCD Alliance  (2016)    CC

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