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Last year was the hottest year since we began keeping track of temperatures in 1880. A joint report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) confirmed the record, adding that 2014 was the 38th consecutive year in which temperatures were warmer than the past year and … Read More

Imagine if plant growth could be accelerated. This means more crops could be grown in a shorter period of time, increasing overall agricultural yield. Forests could be regenerated quickly to replace losses from deforestation and natural disasters. Growth of such forests would recapture the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and perhaps decrease the immense human carbon footprint … Read More

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