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[NBC] Scientists say restoration of the ozone layer is back on track

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Jennifer Layke

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J. David Neelin PhD MS

Professor, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at UCLA

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Professor, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Davis

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[Politico] A handful of states are headed to one-party rule — and its drama

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Lorrie Frasure

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Caitriona Fitzgerald JD

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Anne Marie Cammisa PhD MPP

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Justin de Benedictis-Kessner

Assistant Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School

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Assistant Professor of Politics at Pomona College

Megan Mullin

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[AP] UK inflation accelerates to 40-year high as food prices rise

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Arturo Porzecanski

Research Fellow at American University in New York City /NY

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Joanna Poznanska PhD

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Brent E. Huffman
Associate Professor of Documentary Journalism, Filmmaking, International Reporting, Photojournalism and Video Storytelling at  Northwestern University Evanston, IL • United States English

Recent documentary "Saving Mes Aynak" is about an ancient archaeological site in Afghanistan threatened by a Chinese state-owned copper mine. The film has won more than 30 major awards.

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