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Climate change is thawing deadly diseases. Maybe now we’ll address it?
Record-high temperatures melted Arctic permafrost and released deadly anthrax spores from a thawing carcass of a caribou that had been infected 75 years ago and had stayed frozen in limbo until now. This all suggests that it may not be easy to predict which populations will be most vulnerable to the health impacts of climate change.
- Resource Type
- Resource URL
- The Guardian
- August 24, 2016
- Organization Type
- Health and Human Impact
- Climate and Environmental Impact
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