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preventing the next pandemic

How do we prevent the next pandemic?

Understanding the interface between humankind and wildlife is essential to averting infectious-disease outbreaks. We can't afford to ignore it anymore.
The next pandemic is already coming, unless humans change how we interact with wildlife, scientists say
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The next pandemic is already coming, unless humans change how we interact with wildlife, scientists say

The global wildlife trade, agricultural intensification, deforestation and urbanization are bringing people closer to animals, giving their viruses more of what they need to infect us: opportunity.
Eating dead marine animals is becoming a public health hazard

Eating dead marine animals is becoming a public health hazard

The eating of sea creatures washed up on beaches is becoming a public health hazard and a tough balancing act for governments.
It’s déjà vu for orangutans, devastated by climate change and hunting once before
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It’s déjà vu for orangutans, devastated by climate change and hunting once before

Orangutans face a changing climate and are hemmed in by a growing human population using novel technologies to hunt them down. It's a situation they have been in before — 20,000 years ago.

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