Future of the Environment

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A view of the Feniglia beach in Porto Ercole, in Tuscany, January 23, 2010. The mystery surrounding the death of Baroque master Caravaggio may soon be resolved thanks to new DNA tests, as long as the right body can be found.  Pictures taken January 23, 2010.   REUTERS/Tony Gentile   (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY) - RTR29H4X

A footprint is seen on Feniglia beach. Image: REUTERS/Tony Gentile

Kemal Derviş
Vice President, Brookings Institution
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