Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), climate change and biodiversity are linked in complex ways:

This report discusses the intersection of these three planetary crises. It argues climate change and nature loss are contributing to conditions that allow certain pathogens to spread, while antimicrobials – an essential part of the human toolkit against disease – are becoming less effective. AMR is the result of governance failure; it has become a critical public health issue, which demands an urgent, coordinated policy response. This report intends to trigger debate about what that response could look like.

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