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    The WHO Director-General has issued a warning about the effects of climate change.

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    The World Health Organisation (WHO) director has issued a warning about the dangers of climate change.

    “Catastrophic floods, devastating fires, extreme heatwaves, and prolonged droughts.” “Climate change is not a distant threat; it is happening right now, affecting people and ecosystems,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on X, the social network previously known as Twitter, on Sunday.

    “Let us band together to reduce emissions, promote resilience, and chart a sustainable course forward.” “It is critical for our planet and future generations,” he continued.

    Heat waves, cyclones, floods, droughts, and wildfires have become more common in recent months, with July becoming the world’s hottest month on record.

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