Climate change stands as humanity's paramount health concern, compelling global health experts to confront its repercussions. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) emphasizes limiting temperature rise to 1.5°C to avert catastrophic health outcomes and countless climate-related fatalities. Prior emissions guarantee inevitable warming and climate impacts. Even a 1.5°C increase is perilous; every fractional degree exacts a significant toll on well-being. Vulnerable populations, primarily in low-income regions, suffer most, despite their minimal contribution to the crisis. Climate change manifests through heightened mortality from extreme weather, disrupted food systems, disease spread, and mental health issues. Furthermore, climate change adversely affects determinants of health like livelihoods, equality, healthcare access, and social support structures.