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P Summit Calls for a 'New Alchemy' Around Phosphorus and Food


February 14, 2011

painting of hands holding a match Arizona State University's Sustainable Phosphorus Summit was the first international gathering on U.S. soil and an important milestone in the emerging global dialogue around phosphorus scarcity and sustainability. A consensus statement, released Feb. 10, reflects the optimism coming out of the summit around solution building. Full Story

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