Climate Change and Public Health Policy

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 45 (s1):82-85 (2017)
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Abstract

Climate change poses real and immediate impacts to the public health of populations around the globe. Adverse impacts are expected to continue throughout the century. Emphasizing co-benefits of climate action for health, combining adaptation and mitigation efforts, and increasing interagency coordination can effectively address both public health and climate change challenges.

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