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Cow Power: A Climate Change Solution From Manure

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As the world heats up, farmers are figuring out what they can do to help fight climate change. A growing number are turning a greenhouse gas that comes from raising animals into a source of energy.

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Protecting Water from Fire

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Fernando Rosario-Ortiz, an environmental chemist at the University of Colorado, Boulder, studies how water and soil chemistries change after a wildfire, and advises local drinking-water providers in Colorado and elsewhere on how to treat water from burned watersheds.


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