Climate change and its causes are inextricably interlinked with health, writes Dr. Flavia Bustreo, WHO's assistant director-general for family, women's and children's health. The good news is that while climate-harming pollutants cause death and disease, measures to remove them from the environment quickly deliver dramatic improvements to public health.
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