Climate change: Inextricably linked to human health September 16, 2022

Ken Lans, MD, Washington PSR | Seattle Times

It should be crystal clear, even as the air we need to breathe is once again filled with smoke and ash, that the ravages of climate change pose a here-and-now threat to everyone’s well-being.

This is highlighted in Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility’s just published “Climate & Health / Washington 2022: A Special Report on Impacts and Solutions”.

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