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Global warming could hurt some poor populations and lift others from poverty, FSE study finds
The impact of global warming on food prices and hunger could be large over the next 20 years. But even as some people are hurt, others would be helped out of poverty, according to a new FSE study.
The Poverty Implications of Climate-Induced Crop Yield Changes by 2030
Stanford Report article
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Local Warming
Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse, Naylor, Falcon say in Boston Review
FSE director Rosamond Naylor and deputy director Walter Falcon discuss the food crisis in a lead article in the September/October 2008 issue of Boston Review.
Our Daily Bread: Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse
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Lead Contaminated Topsoil and Food in Rural Bangladesh
Human exposure to lead in the environment causes irreversible impairment of intellectual function.
Fertilizer Use and the Epidemiology and Evolution of Cholera in Bangladesh
The use of chemical fertilizers in developing countries made possible the Green Revolution, and as a result many regions once visited by periodic famines are now food self-sufficient.
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