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Goats and Soda

How A Glass Of Juice Inspired A Town To Get Smart On Climate Change

The farmers realized that the way to succeed in spite of climate change was to make the most of what they've got.

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A man harvests fruits of the Jatropha tree in Taabo, Ivory Coast. Jatropha, which is grown in many parts of the world, has fallen from favor as a diesel fuel substitute. Kambou Sia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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