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WWS Reacts: Will the Paris Climate Agreement be a 'Turning Point' for the World?
Dec. 17, 2015
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Written by B. Rose Kelly

WWS Reacts (Denise Mauzerall)

To Save the Earth, Better Nitrogen Use on a Hungrier Planet Must be Addressed
Nov. 23, 2015
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Written by B. Rose Huber, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

The global population is expected to increase by two to three billion people by 2050, a projection raising serious concerns about sustainable development, biodiversity and food security, but new research led by Princeton University shows that more efficient use of nitrogen fertilizers…

Cropping Africa's Wet Savannas Would Bring High Environmental Costs
March 16, 2015
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Written by B. Rose Huber, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
With the global population rising, analysts and policymakers have targeted Africa's vast wet savannas as a place to produce staple foods and bioenergy groups at low environmental costs. But a new report published in the journal Nature Climate Change finds that converting Africa's wet…
Abandoned Oil & Gas Wells Still Emit Methane, Study Finds
Dec. 10, 2014
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Written by Planet Editor

Planet Experts (Denise Mauzerall)

Abandoned Wells are 'Super-Emitters' of Methane
Dec. 9, 2014
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Written by Jenna Iacurci

Nature World News (Denise Mauzerall)

Abandoned Wells Can Be ‘Super-Emitters’ of Greenhouse Gas
Dec. 9, 2014
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Written by John Sullivan

Office of Engineering Communications, Princeton University (Denise Mauzerall)

Q&A: Denise Mauzerall, Clearing the Air
June 4, 2014
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Written by Anna Azvolinsky

Princeton Alumni Weekly (Denise Mauzerall)

China's Air Pollution: Is The Government Willing To Act?
May 24, 2013
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Written by Frank Langfitt

NPR Parallels (Denise Mauzerall)