SDIS21: Healthy Futures - What are the challenges in making healthcare more sustainable?

After decades of progress, COVID-19 set us back on achieving our health targets. What's next? Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Samantha Sault

Writer, Washington DC and Geneva


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