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Energy from evaporation/Climate change and mental health
We all probably first learned about the cycle of evaporation when we were in grade school. This could be source of energy that rivals wind and solar power and is, as yet, untapped. Dr. Ahmet-Hamdi Cavusoglu with Columbia University is one of four researchers who've been looking into this innovation.
We’ve heard a lot about how climate change is having and will continue to have an effect on our physical environment around us and on our own physical bodies. More research is showing how it’ll have an effect on our own mental well being. Dr. Susan Clayton of Wooster College is one of the authors of a study that looks into how changes in the climate bring about changes in our psychological health.
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