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COP27 Climate Change Conference: Urgent Action Needed for Africa and the World




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Erhabor, G. E., Gbakima, A. A., Haileamlak, A., Kayembe Ntumba, J.-M., Kigera, J., Mash, B., Muhia, J., Mulaudzi, F. M., Ofori-Adjei, D., Okonofua, F., Rashidian, A., Sidibé, S., Snouber, A., Tumwine, J., Sahar Yassien, M., Yonga, P., Zakhama, L., & Zielinski, C. (2022). COP27 Climate Change Conference: Urgent Action Needed for Africa and the World. International Journal of Medical Students, 10(4), 344–346.





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