No health without planetary health
Malone, Timothy J. L.
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CitationMalone TJL & Pencheon D. No health without planetary health. Conference poster presented at The Future of Global Systems Thinking - University of Exeter, 29th-31st July 2019
NoteConference poster presented at the James Lovelock Centenary conference 'The Future of Global Systems Thinking', University of Exeter, 29th-31st July 2019.
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