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Science and Environment

Rena Fulgencio, editor

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When population growth and
resource availability collide

As land and water become scarce, competition for these vital resources intensifies particularly between the wealthy and the poor and dispossessed. With population growth comes a shrinkage of life-supporting resources. This shrinkage threatens the living standards of millions of people.
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Aloha from OI:
Does a severe winter mean no global warming?

Dear EarthTalk: Do all these huge snow and ice storms across the country mean that the globe isn’t really warming? I’ve never seen such a winter! — Mark Franklin, Helena, Montana
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Courtesy OI

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