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Thursday, March 7, 2013

What should the United States and other governments do to mitigate or address the health consequences of climate change?

What should the United States and other governments do to mitigate or address the health consequences of climate change?

Climate change has both direct and indirect health consequences. Direct consequences include those resulting from high temperatures and severe weather events; while indirect ones arise from changing air and water quality and ecological shifts that favor tropical diseases and parasites.http://www.cfr.org/climate-change/should-united-states-other-governments-do-mitigate-address-health-consequences-climate-change/p30165?cid=rss-fullfeed-what_should_the_united_states_-030713&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+cfr_main+%28CFR.org+-+Main+Site+Feed%29

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