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How Science Can Help to Halt The Western Bark Beetle Plague

by RICHARD SCHIFFMAN
Entomologist Diana Six is focused on the beetle infestation that is wiping out conifer forests in western North America. In an interview with Yale Environment 360, she explains why the key to combating this climate-related scourge is deciphering the trees’ genetic ability to adapt. READ MORE

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Why Brazil’s New Pledges On Carbon Emissions Fall Short

by DIANE TOOMEY
Brazil has won international acclaim for curbing deforestation. But Brazilian forestry expert Maria Fernanda Gebara says her country has not gone far enough in its pledges to cut carbon emissions and continues to have a dismal record on developing wind and solar power. READ MORE

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How 'Third Way' Technologies Can Help Turn Tide on Climate

by RICHARD SCHIFFMAN
In a Yale Environment 360 interview, Australian scientist and author Tim Flannery explains how the development of technologies that mimic the earth’s natural carbon-removing processes could provide a critical tool for slowing global warming. READ MORE

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Rallying Hip Hop Culture For A More Inclusive Climate Fight

by TIMOTHY BROWN
In an interview with Yale Environment 360, the Rev. Lennox Yearwood — a social and environmental activist and the head of the Hip Hop Caucus — explains why it’s vital that the climate and environmental movements become far more diverse. READ MORE

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One Scientist’s Hopeful View On How to Repair the Planet

by DIANE TOOMEY
Ecological crises may be piling up in a seemingly hopeless cascade, but Swedish scientist Johan Rockström says the next few decades offer an unparalleled opportunity to undo the damage. READ MORE

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