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Problem based and economy related approaches are the need of the hour to meet climate changes
Different approaches are required for developed , developing and underdeveloped countries at different level to mitigate and prevent climate related catastrophes. Some countries depends on coal and other countries on diesel and wood. Health outcome are also different in every countries due to climate changes. So. Problem based and economy related approaches are the need of the hour for each country to face climate changes today and tomorrow