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Joe Fargione, Lead Scientist/North America, The Nature Conservancy

1:58 PM MST | March 11, 2011

This century, humanity faces its biggest challenge: meeting the needs for food, energy, and materials of a growing and increasingly wealthy population without compromising the ability of the Earth’s land, air, and water to support people and nature. Scientists have a particularly important role, because new discoveries will be required. Humanity needs chemists working to discover ways to increase efficiency and reduce energy consumption; reduce the loss of food from pests and disease; provide renewable alternatives to fossil fuel; replace toxic chemicals...

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