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Josh Nowlis
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Sadly, today's entry is the last, at least for awhile. My year-long effort to sustain Bridge Environment is coming to a close. I'm actively seeking work and interested in job postings that might be suitable given my background and interests.

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After dozens of blog entries about detailed environmental issues, it's time to address what many consider the issue underlying all others, human population growth. If you've read any of our previous blogs, you won't be surprised that we see things a little differently.

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When it comes to intellectual property, there is a major clash in the US between spurring innovation and providing a free and open market. This clash has major implications for the economic and political dynamics of GMOs and is the subject of this week's blog entry.

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Not quite the zombie apocalypse, but should we worry
about the ecological effects of a GMO invasion? We ponder this question in our weekly blog entry as we examine the ecological effects of GMOs.

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