Health and climate change: policy responses to protect public health

@article{Watts2015HealthAC,
  title={Health and climate change: policy responses to protect public health},
  author={Nick Watts and W. Neil Adger and Paolo Agnolucci and Jason J. Blackstock and Peter Byass and Wenjia Cai and Sarah Chaytor and Tim Colbourn and Mat Collins and Adam C.G. Cooper and Peter M. Cox and Joanna Depledge and Paulo Flavio Nacif Drummond and Paul Ekins and Victor Galaz and Delia Grace and Hilary Graham and Michael Grubb and Andy Haines and Ian Hamilton and Alasdair Hunter and Xujia Jiang and Moxuan Li and Ilan Kelman and Lu Liang and Melissa C Lott and Robert Lowe and Yonghong Luo and Georgina M. Mace and Mark A. Maslin and Maria Nilsson and Tadj Oreszczyn and Steve Pye and Tara Quinn and My Svensdotter and Sergey Venevsky and Koko Warner and Bing Xu and Jun Yang and Yongyuan Yin and Chaoqing Yu and Qiang Zhang and Peng Gong and Hugh Montgomery and Anthony Costello},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2015},
  volume={386},
  pages={1861-1914}
}
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