The 2021 report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: code red for a healthy future

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  title={The 2021 report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: code red for a healthy future},
  author={Marina Romanello and Alice McGushin and Claudia Di Napoli and Paulo Flavio Nacif Drummond and Nick Hughes and Louis Jamart and H R Kennard and Pete Lampard and Baltazar Solano Rodriguez and Nigel W. Arnell and Sonja Ayeb-Karlsson and Kristine Belesova and Wenjia Cai and Diarmid H. Campbell-Lendrum and Stuart B. Capstick and Jonathan Chambers and Lingzhi Chu and Luisa Ciampi and Carole Dalin and Niheer Dasandi and Shouro Dasgupta and Michael Davies and Paula Dominguez-Salas and Robert Dubrow and Kristie L. Ebi and Matthew J. Eckelman and Paul Ekins and Luis E Escobar and Lucien Georgeson and Delia Grace and Hilary Graham and Samuel H Gunther and Stella M. Hartinger and Kehan He and Clare Heaviside and Jeremy J. Hess and Shih-Che Hsu and Slava Jankin and Marcia P Jimenez and Ilan Kelman and Gregor Kiesewetter and Patrick L. Kinney and Tord Kjellstrom and Dominic Kniveton and Jason Kai Wei Lee and Bruno Lemke and Yang Liu and Zhao Liu and Melissa C Lott and Rachel Lowe and Jaime Mart{\'i}nez-Urtaza and Mark M. Maslin and Lucy McAllister and Celia McMichael and Zhifu Mi and James Milner and Kelton Minor and Nahid Mohajeri and Maziar Moradi-Lakeh and Karyn Morrissey and Simon Munzert and Kris A. Murray and Tara Neville and Maria Nilsson and Nick Obradovich and Maquins Odhiambo Sewe and Tadj Oreszczyn and Matthias Otto and Fereidoon Owfi and Olivia Pearman and David Pencheon and Mahnaz Rabbaniha and Elizabeth Robinson and Joacim Rockl{\"o}v and Renee N. Salas and Jan C. Semenza and Jodi D. Sherman and Liuhua Shi and Marco Springmann and Meisam Tabatabaei and Jonathon Taylor and Joaqu{\'i}n A. Tri{\~n}anes and Joy Shumake Shumake-Guillemot and Bryan N. Vu and Fabian Wagner and Paul Wilkinson and Matthew Winning and Marisol Yglesias and Shihui Zhang and Peng Gong and Hugh Montgomery and Anthony Costello and Ian Hamilton},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2021},
  volume={398},
  pages={1619-1662}
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