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Dan Charles

4 October 2019

State College, Pennsylvania, United States

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Enrolling administrators and financial planners in sustainable projects takes proving that investments pay for themselves. With the help of pressure from students and faculty, Penn State Universities administrators ha...

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Dan Charles

13 April 2019

San Francisco, California, United States

Radio

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Human beings' reliance on crops like wheat and rice has a detrimental environmental effect: because these annual crops need replanting every year, farmers are required to destroy any existing vegetation in order to ge...

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Dan Charles

20 October 2015

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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A national census of farm-to-school lunch programs said the kids ate more healthful meals and threw less food in the trash than kids not on the program. In D.C., by law, schools must incorporate some local food.

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Dan Charles

19 August 2015

California, United States

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Farmers in California increasingly face water shortages. To help solve the problem, some are looking to Australia, where a national water market has provided an economic solution. By buying and selling water rights, f...

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Dan Charles

21 October 2013

Hoxie, Kansas, United States

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Farmers in one part of Kansas have pledged to use 20 percent less water in order to help the water conservation system. The agreement is necessary in light of farmers' abuse of groundwater resources, which have alread...

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