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PART II: Energy Infrastructure and the Epistemological Pillars of Peace

The US needs partners to tackle the security risks of climate change

LEARNING FROM NIGHTTIME OBSERVATIONS OF GAS FLARING IN NORTH DAKOTA FOR BETTER DECISION AND POLICY MAKING

ANNUAL TIME SERIES OF GLOBAL VIIRS NIGHTTIME LIGHTS DERIVED FROM MONTHLY AVERAGES 2012 TO 2019

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