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Views on climate change and health

Climate change is a health emergency, impacting multiple facets of human well-being via direct and indirect pathways. Nature Climate Change asked experts from different health fields to share their thoughts on the urgent issues and possible paths forward.

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Correspondence to Wenjia Cai, Jessica Fanzo, Jason Glaser, Rachel Lowe, Adelaide M. Lusambili or Elizabeth Marks.

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Cai, W., Fanzo, J., Glaser, J. et al. Views on climate change and health. Nat. Clim. Chang. 14, 419–423 (2024).

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