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By 2050 or so, the world population is expected to reach nine billion. In Dot Earth, reporter Andrew C. Revkin examines efforts to balance human affairs with the planet’s limits.
The ESOL Teacher of the Year Award recognizes one teacher in New York City whose commitment to his or her students is demonstrated by consistently going “above and beyond” the call of duty to help students learn English and develop the skills needed to create successful new lives in the United States.
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