Green Revolution

Beth Chaudhary and Rachel Cooper of IfATE: profile

“Because we’re both from the Northwest and grew up in an area that often seems quite remote from Whitehall, it brought an outside perspective to our work and a real awareness of taking it to the next level,” says Beth. Chaudhary. “I don’t think our partnership is a coincidence – …

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Enduring Struggle: Why USAID Plays a Critical Role in National Security

On Labor Day in 1961, President John F. Kennedy signed the Foreign Assistance Act which created a new organization, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). USAID’s founding principle was to collectively unite Americans and the world to fight, in the words of Kennedy’s inaugural address, “tyranny, poverty, disease …

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Exiting the agricultural protests: how to make it a win-win solution for farmers and the Modi government

Farm protests continue, now authorized by authorities to demonstrate in Jantar Mantar with a maximum of 200 protesters until August 8 due to Covid-19 restrictions. Farmers want farm laws enacted in September 2020 repealed, while GoI seeks face-down withdrawal. One of RK Laxman’s best cartoons from the mid-1960s shows a …

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Greener, healthier and wilder: how London is leading a global revolution

National parks are the most glorious places on Earth. There is Yellowstone with its sulphurous geysers. South Africa’s Kruger National Park is home to lions and leopards. The sparkling Thingvellir waterfalls in Iceland. Two years ago another name was added to this list… London. In 2019, the capital became the …

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How Agritech startups are reorganizing agriculture in India -Sameer Bhanushali

Indian agriculture faces formidable challenges in the form of shrinking farmland in the face of a growing population, small and fragmented landholdings, poor quality seeds, lack of mechanization, lack of analysis and data, low yield per crop unit and dependence on middlemen. Agriculture in India has not seen any major …

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President Biden’s program: authoritarianism first at the expense of freedom

The Biden administration continues to show no response when it comes to showing support for our neighbors who are fighting for freedom. In 2009, during Iran’s Green Revolution, Iranians took to the streets to protest against Tehran’s murderous regime. The Obama-Biden administration did nothing at the time to show support …

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Skills shortages threaten the green revolution

Skills shortages in Lancashire’s low-carbon businesses are limiting growth and will prevent the county from achieving its net zero ambitions, worrying new research shows. The Work Foundation study is based on widespread engagement with companies at the forefront of the county’s campaign to net zero. It features a survey of …

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The PNRR’s “green” revolution also involves ports – The Medi Telegraph

For months, the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (Pnrr) and the industrial and economic sectors that will be impacted by what has been defined by many as the “green revolution”, ready to invest in the Italian system, have been the protagonists of all publications, journals and more. Within the PNRR …

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Immersion Cooling Market Size, Share 2021-2028

New Jersey, United States, – the Immersion Cooling Market The study provides details of market dynamics affecting the market, market size, and segmentation, and casts a shadow over major market players by highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and successful trends over the years. This market report presents the detailed profile …

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Anti-logging protesters remain a weekend mainstay in legislature – Victoria News

Saturday’s protests continued in the BC Legislature on July 17, with protesters once again showing their support for the protection of old growth forests. “We are all affected by climate change and the green revolution, we are nonviolent and we know it gives us all the more power,” protester Robert …

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