A trainer teaches community members in Ndera, Rwanda, how to build a crop bed.

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March marks the onset of the dry and hot season in Thailand. In the region, dry vegetation coupled with small human-made fires often result in uncontrolled forest fires. Agricultural burning and forest fires, including transboundary haze, contribute to high levels of pollution. Forest fires release particulate matter (PM) into the atmosphere including PM2.5 which are microscopic particles with a diameter of 2.5 microns or less – 30 times smaller than the diameter of the human hair.
Did you miss the Climatelinks June newsletter? We’ve got you covered. Please find a recap of the June 2021 health and climate change theme below. You won’t want to miss this short list of top programs, resources, and blogs from the month.
Malaria remains one of the world’s deadliest diseases, threatening nearly half of the global population today.