EMERGING DISEASES AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change is a growing factor in the emergence of infectious disease. We need decisive action now to limit global warming, more investment in research to improve our understanding, and “One Health” policies that consider together the well-being of people, animals and ecosystems.

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September 5, 2021
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Action Needed to Prevent New Pandemics

 

EMERGING DISEASES AND CLIMATE CHANGE
PREVENTING CLIMATE CHANGE FROM TRIGGERING NEW PANDEMICS

Climate change is a growing factor in the emergence of infectious disease. We need decisive action now to limit global warming, more investment
in research to improve our understanding, and “One Health” policies that consider together the well-being of people, animals and ecosystems.

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