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State of the Planet - News from the Earth Institute
A new report finds American lives could have been saved if U.S. government response had followed international best practices.
A new study suggests that a series of environmental changes in East Africa some 320,000 years ago challenged a previous long-standing way of life for proto-humans, and produced a more adaptable culture.
Glaciologist Mauri Pelto shares his first-hand observations and knowledge about how ash from the fires could impact this important resource.
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