- climate change,
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When I was a child, I was a proud member of the World Wildlife Fund for Nature. I would pore over my issued green wallet and the gleaming silver-gold coins with endangered species imprinted where the Queen’s head should be. Saving the world was a noble goal, and as a young person, I was earnest about it.
Today, as a practicing paediatrician, I see it less as a quaint interest than a matter of life and death.
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