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The Impact of Climate Change on Public Health in Egypt

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The report also dealt with the objectives of the National Human Rights Strategy and the National Strategy for Climate Change in Egypt 2050, which are concerned with public health from the repercussions of climate change.

The report dealt with the impact of climate change on the right to health and public health in Egypt, and stated:
Air pollution, resulting primarily from burning fossil fuels, causes 13 deaths per minute worldwide, and reducing air pollution would reduce the total number of global deaths from air pollution by 80% and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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