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Climate change control and injury prevention: more win-win solutions
  1. N Wilson1,
  2. C Wallace2
  1. 1Department of Public Health, Wellington School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Wellington, New Zealand
  2. 2School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
  1. Correspondence to:
 Dr N Wilson
 PO Box 7343 Wellington, New Zealand; nwilson{at}actrix.gen.nz

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The journal recently published an excellent special feature on climate change and injury prevention by Roberts and Hillman.1 The authors detailed a number of “win-win solutions” whereby actions to prevent climate change were also likely to contribute to injury prevention. However, their list was incomplete and we wish to point out some additions:

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