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Environmental Protection Policy and the Emergence of New Diseases: A Global Empirical Analysis of the Pre- and Post-industrial Era
Agricultural Science Digest - A Research Journal
Proper biodiversity conservation and strategies for sustainability in environmental and public health are essential measures for addressing the problems of water-related and zoonotic-caused pandemics. It is generally assumed that a resurgence in an epidemic disease is directly linked to negligence in environmental protection policies, but there are sparse scientific publications supporting the claim. Methods: To address this issue, we collected data on the global pre- and post-doi:10.18805/ag.df-457 fatcat:rzcx2estmzellf74ixuwjzmwa4