Green Revolution

Injured ‘human swan’ climate activist Sacha Dench and support worker killed in paramotor crash in Scotland

Sacha Dench, who was attempting a first world tour of mainland Britain to raise awareness about climate change, was seriously injured and Dan Burton, a member of his support staff, was killed after a paramotor crash in the west of the Highlands of Scotland during their challenge. Ms Dench had …

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Africa’s green revolution initiative failed

In July, the United Nations sounded the alarm with its hunger report for 2020, which documented a 25% increase from 2019 to 2020 in the number of critically undernourished people around the world. Sub-Saharan Africa experienced a similar peak with an estimated 44 million more people suffering from severe hunger. …

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New UN report stuns critics of organic fertilizers

Those who oppose the principled policy of organic fertilizers replacing chemicals we were used to should read the recent UN report on agricultural subsidies. A new UN study denounces the agricultural subsidies that are injected into the dairy industry in developed countries, and for chemical fertilizers and insecticides used in …

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How Grassroots Organic Seed Saviors Challenge Monopolies and Promote Sustainable Agriculture

Dehradun: “When I die, I will not leave any gold or currency for my grandchildren. I will leave them organic seeds that I have saved over the years and which they will remember as their grandmother’s heirloom. They should know that this biodiversity is the symbol of our culture, ” …

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Framework will help nations assess progress and pitfalls – ScienceDaily

For the first time, scientists have developed a quantitative assessment of the sustainability of agriculture for countries around the world, based not only on environmental impacts, but also on economic and social impacts. The Sustainable Agriculture Matrix, or SAM, provides independent and transparent measures of agricultural sustainability at the national …

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Avocado’s ‘green gold’ nickname taken literally in new sculpture

Artist Tim Bengel presents his latest work, a sculpture of avocado toast covered with over € 300,000 (US $ 354,000) in liquid gold at Berlin Art Week. The piece, titled “Who Wants to Live Forever?”, Began with a real sliced ​​pumpkin bagel, five tomato slices, five onion rings, five avocado …

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Big challenges in Indian agriculture

India has all the means to become an agricultural powerhouse in the world but we are currently harnessing only a fraction of our strength and letting the rest slip away The current focus of public discourse on agriculture is on the marketing system in the context of the three contentious …

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Gordon Brown warns next UK general election could pit “Scotland against Great Britain”

GORDON Brown has warned that the upcoming general election could pit Scotland against the rest of the UK – Boris Johnson potentially claiming the rise of the SNP “is preventing Britain from moving forward”. The former prime minister sounded the alarm by insisting that the nations of the UK are …

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The 108 agricultural estates of Buhari, colonies of disguised breeders – Afenifere

Posted September 9, 2021 Pan-Yoruba socio-political organization Afenifere has condemned the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired), for his plans to establish integrated agricultural estates in the country’s 108 senatorial districts. The group was responding to the president’s directive to the National Agricultural Land Development Authority to establish nationally integrated …

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