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Climate change will kill you, part three: sickness

From thunderstorm asthma to the increasing prevalence of infectious disease, a warming planet is already making us more sick.

From thunderstorm asthma to the increasing prevalence of infectious disease, a warming planet is already making us more sick. In the final part of this series, we investigate how climate change puts us more at risk of disease. Today, Climate change will kill you, part three: sickness. 

Guest: Contributing editor to The Monthly, Paddy Manning.

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From the front page

Composite image of Prime Minister Scott Morrison (image via Facebook) and Industry Minister Christian Porter (image via Sky News).

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Illustration by Jeff Fisher

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Every Paul Kelly song so far, from worst to best

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Detail of cover image from ‘Nostalgia Has Ruined My Life’, showing a woman’s head resting on a pillow

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