Milk and dairy hold potential for improving nutrition of world’s poor

Nov 29, 2013
Milk and dairy products hold huge potential to improve nutrition and livelihoods for hundreds of millions of poor people across the world, according to a
Milk and dairy hold potential for improving nutrition of world’s poor

FAO chief urges Europe to play role in International Year of Family Farming

Feb 12, 2014
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Director-General José Graziano da Silva praised the European Union for the commitment it has shown to making the International Year
FAO chief urges Europe to play role in International Year of Family Farming

Tossed in space: NASA plans to farm greens on the moon

Nov 29, 2013
Someday astronauts visiting the moon could toddle out of their space shuttle, harvest basil from their lunar garden, and sprinkle it over their 3D-printed space
Tossed in space: NASA plans to farm greens on the moon

Phillips 66 kills hundreds of birds in Texas, gets fined by feds

Nov 29, 2013
Less than a week after announcing $1 million in penalties for Duke Energy for failing to protect birds from its wind turbines in Wyoming, the
Phillips 66 kills hundreds of birds in Texas, gets fined by feds

World Bank says no to nuclear as it lays out universal energy plan

Nov 29, 2013
The leaders of the United Nations and World Bank have hatched a plan to make sure everybody in the world has access to electricity by
World Bank says no to nuclear as it lays out universal energy plan

Guess how one nation’s army is fighting climate change

Nov 29, 2013
Here’s the Norwegian army’s plan to fight climate change: have everybody go meatless once a week. Norwegian troops will be eating vegetarian meals on Mondays to
Guess how one nation’s army is fighting climate change

Africa’s coast new battle front against piracy

Nov 29, 2013
East African piracy, while not conquered, is coming under control while West Africa, where sea crimes deal mainly with oil, is the new battle front.
Africa’s coast new battle front against piracy

Environmentally responsible waste disposal methods in SA

Nov 29, 2013
by Marcus in Home Regulating Acts Several other acts also regulate waste disposal methods in the country including the Hazardous Substances Act No. 5 of 1973, Air
Environmentally responsible waste disposal methods in SA

Where will the money for climate change action come from?

Nov 29, 2013
The UN’s main climate summit in Warsaw was billed as the moment when outstanding questions over levels of climate finance would finally be resolved. The ferocity
Where will the money for climate change action come from?

UK waters grow cooler and more acid

Nov 29, 2013
Dipping your toes in the waters around Britain has grown marginally less inviting: in the last few years the seas have grown slightly colder. Against the
UK waters grow cooler and more acid

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