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No. 72, March 21, 2019

Hello Revelator readers,

The Trump administration’s deregulation agenda has, sadly, been pretty effective so far, with major blows to rules protecting clean air, clean water and endangered species. What does that mean for the planet, and can any of it be reversed? Check out our exclusive report.

What’s the secret to stopping human-elephant conflict in an ever-more-crowded world? Surprisingly, new research reveals that the answer might be … minerals.

Ever hear of biochar? It’s kind of like charcoal, but it actually sequesters carbon instead of emitting it. A new book claims this might be a partial solution to the climate crisis.

Finally this week, here’s a new idea to take citizen science to the next level — with DNA.

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In case you missed it:

You might have seen the news that the vaquita porpoise population may have fallen to as low as 10 individuals. For more on this crisis, check out our earlier article, The Last Vaquitas: “I’ve Seen More Dead Than Alive”.

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Drop us a line anytime. We welcome your ideas, insight and inside scoops.

Coming up:

We have some amazing new articles and essays coming your way in the next few weeks, including a shocking look at the future of coal.

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That’s it for this week. As always, thank you for reading.

John R. Platt
Editor, The Revelator