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Physical, landscape, and chemical properties of Amazonian interior forest mineral licks

A new paper co-authored by ECo faculty Brian Griffiths undertakes the largest survey of Amazonian mineral licks to date to determine the landscape, physical, and chemical properties of these critical sites where animals go to consume soil. The authors suggest that mineral licks have the potential to provide multiple services to visiting species, demonstrating their ecological importance.

October 21, 2022

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Multiple crises halt progress as 9 out of 10 countries fall backwards in human development, UNDP report warns

The world must jolt itself out of its global paralysis to secure the future of people and planet by re-booting its development trajectory

September 8, 2022

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Trickle-down climate risk regulation

In the US, the primary regulators of national and community banks are narrowly zeroing in on risks posed to the largest banks—those with over $100 billion in total consolidated assets—without attention to these banks’ role in financing greenhouse gas–emitting activities and what they mean for other important financial actors.

September 1, 2022

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