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Environmental destruction in war causes forest loss and congenital diseases, as well as reduces wildlife populations. Still it is not yet fully understood that the environment can be a victim, causing harm also to humans when it is destroyed or polluted, says researcher Freek van der Vet.
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Environmental destruction in war causes, among other things, forest loss and congenital diseases, as well as reduces wildlife populations.