What does inclusion of health mean for global climate change action?

Climate change experts believe that the inclusion of health in climate change has been long overdue that was finally taken at COP28 as nations globally continue to witness increasing industrialisation, carbon emissions from fossil fuel usage and irresponsible practices by individuals and organisations. 
According to Abinash Mohanty, Sector Head, Climate Change & Sutainability, this is a great step but a delayed one – climate change has a direct impact on human health and with the inclusion of health at COP28, public health has gone from margins to mainstream. The global community has come together to understand the impact of climate change which will result in building adaptations to fight it.


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