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Making eco-friendly cement is easy; the hard part comes later.
The genius of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring lay in pulling together already existing data from many areas and synthesizing it to create the first coherent account of the effects persistent chemicals had on the environment.
In today’s episode we explore the consequences of our changing climate.
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