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CHANGES IN LAND USE
CHANGING BIOGEOCHEMICAL FLOWS
CHANGING FOOD SYSTEMS
CHANGING LAND USE AND LAND COVER
CIVIL STRIFE AND DISPLACEMENT
CLIMATE AND HEALTH
Changing biogeochemical flows
Changing food systems
SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH
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