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The scientific challenge

This story also appeared on America Public Media’s Marketplace. TRANSCRIPT Kai Ryssdal: There are now, the United Nations tells us, seven billion people on the planet. Sooner rather than later — another 30, 35 years or so — there’s going to be more than nine billion. That’s a whole lot of mouths to feed. So […]

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Lawsuit by low-income groups may delay climate law

The latest legal challenge to California’s landmark climate-change legislation isn’t coming from big polluters faced with a series of new regulations. Instead, groups representing low-income residents are challenging the environmental law as unfairly burdening their beleaguered communities. A handful of community groups, represented by the San Francisco-based Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment have […]

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Cameroon: Pipeline to Prosperity?

Documentary filmmaker Christiane Badgley investigates the effects of the oil pipeline constructed by Exxon/Mobil and other oil companies, with assistance from the World Bank, through the West African nations of Chad and Cameroon. This project was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, with additional support from the Center for Investigative Reporting’s […]

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The Carbon Hunters

CIR and FRONTLINE/World track the emerging market in forest carbon offsets. In this FRONTLINE/World segment (broadcast May 11) CIR senior correspondent Mark Schapiro and producer Andres Cediel travel deep into the Atlantic Forest and the Amazon, where they discover what life is like on the other end of an offset deal. >> Watch the full […]