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Worldwide climate change and loss of biodiversity are issues ofglobal scope and importance that have recently become subjects ofconiderable public coerm. UnHlke clialpublic healthimues and manyenvironmentl ues, their perceived threat lies in their potential to disrupt ecolgical functioning and stability rather than from any direct threat they may pose to human health. Over the last 5 years, the international scientific community and the general public have become aware ofthe implications thatdoi:10.2307/3431226 fatcat:ad7rriyf2zbqnanty23zdixhrq