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HAINES, A., KOVATS, R. S., CAMPBELL-LENDRUM, D. & CORVALAN, C. 2006. Climate change and human health: Impacts, vulnerability and public health. Public Health, 120, 585-596.

HAINES, A., MCMICHAEL, A. J., SMITH, K. R., ROBERTS, I., WOODCOCK, J., MARKANDYA, A., ARMSTRONG, B. G., CAMPBELL-LENDRUM, D., DANGOUR, A. D. & DAVIES, M. 2010. Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: overview and implications for policy makers. The Lancet, 374, 2104-2114.

HAINES, A. & PATZ, J. A. 2004. Health effects of climate change. JAMA, 291, 99-103.

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KATES, R. W. & WILBANKS, T. J. 2003. Making the global local responding to climate change concerns from the ground. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 45, 12-23.

KEIM, M. E. 2011. Preventing disasters: public health vulnerability reduction as a sustainable adaptation to climate change. Disaster medicine and public health preparedness, 5, 140-148.

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KOVATS, R., CAMPBELL-LENDRUM, D., MCMICHEL, A., WOODWARD, A. & COX, J. S. H. 2001. Early effects of climate change: do they include changes in vector-borne disease? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 356, 1057-1068.

KOVATS, R. S., BOUMA, M. J., HAJAT, S., WORRALL, E. & HAINES, A. 2003. El Niño and health. The Lancet, 362, 1481-1489.

KOVATS, R. S., CAMPBELL-LENDRUM, D. & MATTHIES, F. 2005. Climate Change and Human Health: Estimating Avoidable Deaths and Disease. Risk Analysis, 25, 1409-1418.

LEISEROWITZ, A. 2006. Climate change risk perception and policy preferences: The role of affect, imagery, and values. Climatic change, 77, 45-72.

LUNDBERG, G. D. 2006. Global Warming May Be a Graver Public Health Threat Than Nuclear War. Part 1 – Getting Your Attention. Medscape General Medicine, 8, 71-71.

MAIBACH, E. W., CHADWICK, A., MCBRIDE, D., CHUK, M., EBI, K. L. & BALBUS, J. 2008. Climate change and local public health in the United States: preparedness, programs and perceptions of local public health department directors. PLoS One, 3, e2838.

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MCMICHAEL, A. J., WOODRUFF, R. E. & HALES, S. Climate change and human health: present and future risks. The Lancet, 367, 859-869.

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MOSER, S. C. 2007. More bad news: The risk of neglecting emotional responses to climate change information.

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PATZ, J. A., MCGEEHIN, M. A., BERNARD, S. M., EBI, K. L., EPSTEIN, P. R., GRAMBSCH, A., GUBLER, D. J., REITHER, P., ROMIEU, I. & ROSE, J. B. 2000b. The potential health impacts of climate variability and change for the United States: executive summary of the report of the health sector of the US National Assessment. Environmental health perspectives, 108, 367.

PATZ, J. A. & OLSON, S. H. 2006. Climate change and health: global to local influences on disease risk. Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology, 100, 535-549.

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POUMADÈRE, M., MAYS, C., LE MER, S. & BLONG, R. 2005. The 2003 Heat Wave in France: Dangerous Climate Change Here and Now. Risk Analysis, 25, 1483-1494.

PRATHER, M., EHHALT, D., DENTENER, F., DERWENT, R., DLUGOKENCKY, E., HOLLAND, E., ISAKSEN, I., KATIMA, J., KIRCHHOFF, V. & MATSON, P. 2001. Contribution to Chapter 4: Atmospheric Chemistry and Greenhouse Gases.

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