Build climate-resilient health systems
Poonam Khetrapal Singh
Regional director WHO Southeast Asia
PREMIUM Climate change is happening. In recent years average temperatures across the globe have increased, with significant impact on humanity’s most precious resource — the environment. Water systems are being stressed. Food sources are being imperiled. And areas once safe for settlement are being threatened and erased. The implications for human health are many. Climate change increases t...
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