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Eating less food from animal sources is key to reducing the risk of wildlife-origin diseases and global warming

By Giulia Wegner, Researcher, Sustainable Development and Wildlife Conservation, University of Oxford
Kris Murray, Associate Professor, Environment and Health (MRCG@LSHTM); Senior Lecturer (Ecological Health, Imperial College London), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
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Infectious diseases originating in wild animals are high and may be increasing. This is a sign that ecosystem degradation is undermining the planet’s capacity to sustain human wellbeing.The Conversation

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