Pandemic Preparedness and Response

G20 can prevent future pandemics by stopping destruction of nature 

As habitats are destroyed, animals are forced to live in areas inhabited by people – creating the 'spillover' effect. Image: REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino.

Luciana Borio

Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations

Neil Vora

Pandemic Prevention Fellow, Conservation International

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