When Yale and John Hopkins team up through a 10 million dollar EPA grant to study climate change, air pollution, and sustainability, I immediately pay attention. After all, there really is no better time to try and measure, not just how air pollution affects people, but if our ways of combating that same pollution are working.
The effort will be divided into two essential teams: the new center and the SEARCH center. The new center will use a small portion of the grant to explore John Hopkins' main task, that of energy and sustainability.
The SEARCH center will delve into the future and try and conceive the possible outcomes of multiple variances in market conditions.
To say this new study is important would be an understatement. At this point in time, where we mostly have future predictions based on changing levels, an actual effectiveness-based study is greatly needed.
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