Low-Carbon Policies Could Prevent Up to 175,000 U.S. Deaths by 2030

Reducing U.S. climate emissions enough to avoid a 2-degree Celsius increase in global warming could prevent up to 175,000 pollution-related premature deaths nationwide by 2030 and generate health benefits of about $250 billion annually, according to a new analysis by researchers at Duke University and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

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Old Threads, New Mission: Nicholas Student’s Business Turns Used Clothes into Curated Fashion

Thrifting—shopping for used or vintage clothing—is among the biggest style trends today. Whether because of the worldwide recession, the hipster obsession over clothes that evoke nostalgia or irony, or because savvy shoppers genuinely admire the diversity of clothing that thrifting can provide, the resale clothing industry now generates billions of dollars in annual sales.

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