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Climate change and energy impacts on health

Climate change represents the greatest public health challenge of the 21st century, but mitigating climate change represents the greatest public health opportunity. Climate change has profound implications for human health, including heat-related illness and death; morbidity and mortality from storms; food and water insecurity; air pollution from wildfires, aeroallergens, and increased ground-level ozone; and vector-, water-, and food-borne diseases.

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