Climate change continues to manifest its detrimental effects on various aspects of human life, including our health.

While discussions often revolve around rising temperatures, extreme weather events, and ecosystem disruptions, 

a lesser-known consequence of climate change is the increased risk of blindness.  

Scientific research has shed light on the connections between climate change and 

vision problems, emphasizing the urgent need to address this silent threat to our eyesight. 

The Impact of Climate Change on Vision Health: 

1. Rising temperatures and wildfires: As global temperatures soar, the frequency and intensity of wildfires also increase. 

2. Extreme weather events: Climate change has amplified the occurrence of extreme weather events like hurricanes, cyclones, and floods.  

3. Acidic atmosphere: The Earth's atmosphere is becoming more acidic due to climate change.