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Julia Langer

Julia Langer

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Julia Langer is a Research and Communications Fellow at Climate Central working mainly with the Climate Matters program. Langer holds a B.A. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy from Princeton University.

Her senior thesis investigated patterns of a gene implicated in the Aedes aegypti mosquito’s preference for feeding on humans. She previously interned at Rockefeller University, where she participated in research developing nanobodies from llama antibodies for therapeutic and diagnostic use.  
 

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Eat Those Turkey Leftovers, Reduce Greenhouse Gases

Eat Those Turkey Leftovers, Reduce Greenhouse Gases

In the days after feasting on Thanksgiving dinner, Americans will be throwing away millions of tons of leftovers, and that waste comes with a potentially unappreciated environmental cost: emissions of potent greenhouse gases. Food disposed of in landfills slowly rots and releases methane, a greenhouse gas 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide… Read More