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Notes from the Field: April 2019

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Notes from the Field: April 2019

These project updates come straight from the communities and scientists we work with. Send your Thriving Earth liaison a quick update + photo and we’ll highlight your project in our next newsletter! From Melbourne, Fla.: Science liaison Mitchell Roffer recently made a trip to Capitol Hill to discuss ways to improve the National Flood Insurance […]

Can the Table Scraps of Caribbean Tourism Become an Environmental Boon?

This is part one of a two-part blog post about a new project in Jamaica aimed at simultaneously improving the island nation’s energy production, waste disposal, and agriculture.   By Wale Adewunmi   In Jamaica, tourism fuels the country’s economy. However, it also probably generates more waste than any other industry on the island.  A […]