Worldwide adaptations: Human health

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    Professor Iain Stewart explains how adaptation to health impacts is likely to be most essential in developing countries, where negative climate impacts are expected to be most severe. Many of the world’s poorest people could find that climate change exacerbates existing health problems, such as cholera and malnutrition. But improving disease management and providing food and clean water supplies could help communities cope.