Over the past century, advances in public health have led to longer, healthier, and more prosperous lives. However, this rising prosperity has led to increases in consumption contributing to loss of biodiversity, climate change, air pollution, ocean acidification, and deforestation. In his new book entitled, “Survival: One Health, One Planet, One Future,” George Lueddeke examines this paradox and what can be done to ensure a sustainable planet as well as healthy human and animal populations.
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