Back From COP28, California Climate Leaders Talk Health Impacts of Warming

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Kaiser Health News

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Wildfire smoke. Drought. Brutal heat. Floods. As Californians increasingly feel the health effects of climate change, state leaders are adopting sweeping policies they hope will fend off the worst impacts — and be replicated by other countries. Several of them attended the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, known as COP28, late last year, where more than 120 countries signed a declaration acknowledging the growing health impacts of climate change and their responsibility to keep people safe. “Leaders from around the World are coming to these climate neg…

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