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Climate change is thought to be one of the greatest public health threats of the 21st century and there has been a tremendous growth in the published literature describing the health implications of climate change over the last decade. Yet, there remain several critical knowledge gaps in this field. Closing these gaps is crucial to developing effective interventions to minimize the health risks from climate change. In this commentary, we discuss policy trends that have influenced thedoi:10.3390/ijerph18157868 pmid:34360159 pmcid:PMC8345657 fatcat:7tzfftvlrfantjp4cexgduskyu