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Climate change puts a billion children at 'extremely high risk'

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Some one billion children are at "extremely high risk" due to climate change harms. More than one-third of the world's children, some 820 million, are currently exposed to heatwaves. Water scarcity affected 920 million children worldwide, while diseases such as malaria and dengue affected 600 million.
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4 months ago
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