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Enrique Gili

Enrique Gili

Enrique Gili is a freelance writer based in San Diego. He covers environmental issues in Southern California and beyond.

Enrique Gili
A meal prepared with local foraged plants. | Still from "Broken Bread"
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Broken Bread

Can We Feed a Growing Population Without Wrecking the Planet?

The all-American diet has taken a toll on the environment and on our health. Can we feed more people without wrecking the planet? The short answer is yes.
A ground view of the solar panels at Jack's Solar Garden. | Artwork courtesy of Jack's Solar Garden by artist Jeff Slemons
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Earth Focus

How Installing Solar Panels Could Improve Business for Small Farmers

A mashup of agriculture and solar technology could enable farmers to diversify their income by producing renewable energy, while preserving much of their land for crop production.
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