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WHO Centre for Health Development – Urban dengue in Bangkok

We are pleased to publish two reports on climate change and health in urban settings. The first is a study of how rising temperatures will affect vulnerable people in urban environments, with a case study about work ability on hot days in New Delhi, India
http://www.who.or.jp/2009/reports/Technical_report_work_ability_09.pdf

The second is a review of dengue fever, a vector-borne disease spreading due to the warming climate. This includes a case study from Bangkok.  
http://www.who.or.jp/2009/reports/Technical_Report_BKK_case_study_09.pdf 

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