Antibacterial resistance: Don’t compromise

  19 June 2020

In this coming decade, the revenge of the bug must be understood and combatted. But for this, the “One Health” approach means that we need to fix what is broken — if the water is dirty, it will add to the health burden of people and this will require treatment; if the air is toxic, we will need to take antibiotics and this adds to the problem of resistance. So, let us fix what we can — clean the environment and re-design our food system and fix another of the world’s most wicked and existential problems.

As we put together information on antibiotic resistance, we have come to a conclusion that the only way to control the problem is to keep the environment clean.

Further reading: Down to Earth
Author(s): Sunita Narain
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