The nitrogen crisis: can we solve it?

Yale Environment, Fred Pearce: More and more nitrogen keeps pouring into waterways, unleashing algal blooms and creating dead zones. To prevent the problem from worsening, scientists warn, the world must drastically cut back on synthetic fertilizers and double the efficiency of the nitrogen used on farms.

More: http://e360.yale.edu/features/can-the-world-find-solutions-to-the-nitrogen-pollution-crisis

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