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In “Up in Smoke,” filmmaker Adam Wakeling follows ecologist Michael Hands as he introduces Honduran farmers to the inga tree, his solution to problems caused by slash and burn agricultural practices. The documentary is part of a series of independently produced films aired in a partnership between The Economist and the NewsHour.
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- 4.Inside the ‘pure hell’ of violence against women in Honduras
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