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DateApril 22, 2013
“Fifteen years ago, we had to wait for CNN to explain where Chechnya is. With the second screen, we have the ability to know immediately,” said David Weinberger of the Berkman Center. File photo by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer
There are already signs the growing middle class is prompting increased competition for resources in global markets for oil, food, and minerals, said Sir David King, former science adviser to the British government, during a talk sponsored by the Harvard University Center for the Environment.
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