WHO presents health argument for climate action

Improved climate change mitigation will have an enormous positive impact on human health, says the World Health Organization.

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Climate change poses the biggest threat to human health, warns the World Health Organization (WHO) in a new report published Monday.

"The burning of fossil fuels is killing us," reads the report, referring to pollution, heat waves, forest fires and malnutrition due to deterioration of agriculture around the world.

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