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Authors:  Erica Bell, Bastian M. Seidel, and Joav Merrick
Abstract:
Climate change is one of the biggest threats to human
health in the 21st Century. Many climate change
‘hotspots’ lie in rural and remote communities.
Within these communities rural children represent a
most vulnerable group that has been relatively
neglected in the climate change research. This
collection of papers aims to focus international
attention on the impacts of climate change on rural
child health and appropriate responses. It includes
contributions from some of the world’s leading
climate change researchers, who were asked to
explore the implications of their research for rural
child health. The papers offer conceptual
understandings, implications for health and allied
health practice, and analyses of appropriate policy
responses. The collection examines special issues in
climate change and rural child health, providing
disease-based analyses as well as consideration of
education and development assistance issues. It also
offers an examination of country-level issues
suggesting the great diversity of impacts and the
importance of considering regional effects. 


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