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10-27-2021
Coordinated efforts needed to slow deforestation
A new study led by Stanford University argues that policy interventions to slow deforestation are most effective when enacted in a specific order. This study provides an important blueprint for both public and private interventions which can empower nations all around the world to reverse the destruction of one of the planet’s most precious resource. “Stopping deforestation is a classic collective action problem,” said study lead author Paul Furumo, a postdoctoral research at Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences (Science Earth). “While it is encouraging to see...
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Hurricane Matthew barrels through the Caribbean
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10-03-2016
India ratifies Paris Agreement on climate change
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Many New Jersey residents are fighting the EPA over sand dunes
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Cities across America are dealing with an odd problem: Goose poop
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