A hotter planet means more malaria. What's the solution? United to Beat Malaria's executive director Margaret McDonnell joins Climate Curious to share the progress.

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What does malaria have to do with climate change? In short, a hotter planet means more bugs. And more extreme weather events means more flood water, which mosquitos adore. But thanks to incredible efforts, lots of solutions are in action to help right the historic injustice of malaria, which sits right at the intersection of climate and health. Climate Curious speaks to Margaret McDonnell, the executive director at the United Nations Foundation and United to Beat Malaria.

Learn more at beatmalaria.org

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