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Texas A&M Study: Higher Urban Population Densities Could Lead To Less Energy Use

Texas A&M Study: Higher Urban Population Densities Could Lead To Less Energy Use

COLLEGE STATION, Jan. 9, 2017 — Population densities in urban areas worldwide will continue to drop until 2050 with significant consequences for energy use in buildings, according to a study by an international and interdisciplinary team of researchers that includes a Texas A&M professor.

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Expansion Of Cities To Decrease World’s Food Supply, Says Texas A&M Professor

Expansion Of Cities To Decrease World’s Food Supply, Says Texas A&M Professor

COLLEGE STATION, Jan. 4, 2017 – The increase of mega-cities in certain regions of the world is almost certain to eliminate huge areas of farmland that are critical for food production by 2030 and could have severe implications across the world, according to a study by an international team of researchers that includes a Texas A&M University professor.

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Angela And Kerry Stein Establish Scholarship Endowments

Angela And Kerry Stein Establish Scholarship Endowments

The giving Spirit of Aggieland is alive and well with Angela M. ’85 and Kerry W. Stein ’85. When the opportunity came along for the couple to continue the kindness that was once given to them from other fellow Aggies, they didn’t hesitate.

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