Draft National Aflatoxin Policy Ready for Cabinet Approval

The draft national policy for the control of aflatoxins in food and feed will soon receive Cabinet approval for full implementation to protect human and animal health. The policy would also help increase the incomes of food value chain actors by reducing aflatoxin contamination in food and feed. Aflatoxin contamination …

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Lawsuit Seeks More Overflow At Columbia Basin Dams For Salmon And Rainbow Trout

SPOKANE – The record-breaking heat wave in the Pacific Northwest has prompted fishing and conservation groups to ask a federal court on Friday to order more dam spills on the Snake and Columbia rivers next spring, which could facilitate the migration of endangered salmon and rainbow trout. . Earthjustice, on …

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Southeast Asian solar markets emerging at the back of the pack – pv magazine Australia

Of pv magazine 07/2021 By all accounts, Indonesia has massive capacity for renewable energy. As the most populous country in the region, “its young population, its abundant natural resources, its vast untapped renewable energy potential … place Indonesia in a privileged position to become a major player in the future …

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They discover short-lived state that could lead to faster, more energy-efficient computing devices – sciencedaily

They discover short-lived state that could lead to faster, more energy-efficient computing devices – sciencedaily

The electronic circuits that calculate and store information contain millions of tiny switches that control the flow of electric current. A better understanding of how these tiny switches work could help researchers push the boundaries of modern computing. Scientists have now taken the first snapshots of atoms moving inside one …

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Why political parties are important for the development of the nation

Historically, political parties all over the world have played a major role in transforming the lives of modern nation states. With the exception of a few countries, almost every country in the world has party-driven democracies. In some countries it is a single party or bipartite, but to a large …

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Electric yellow school bus will try to run the vehicle to the grid

Electric school bus unveiled in Los Angeles MediaNews Group via Getty Images The renewable electricity grid of the future needs a lot of energy storage. Many were drawn to an idea called “Vehicle to Grid” (V2G) as a possible solution. The idea is that the giant fleets of electric cars …

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African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) steps in to provide liquidity coverage for the 60 MW JCM Salima solar PV – The second project in Malawi to benefit from the Regional Liquidity Support Facility (RLSF)

African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) steps in to provide liquidity coverage for the 60 MW JCM Salima solar PV – The second project in Malawi to benefit from the Regional Liquidity Support Facility (RLSF)

TAI (www.ATI-ACA.org), through RLSF, supported the 60 MW Salima solar photovoltaic power plant in Malawi; it is the second project in the country to benefit from the RLSF; the first project being phase 1 of the Nkhotakota solar power plant, with an initial installed capacity of 21 MW; with project …

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Sweat-absorbing laptop aims to charge electronics without the couch potatoes lifting a finger

The UC San Diego Brainiacs say they’ve created a portable design to turn your horrible sweaty hands into a load for your electronics – when you barely have to lift a finger. “We envision that this can be used in any daily activity that involves touching, things that a person …

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To rebuild Labor’s broad electoral coalition, we need a renaissance – LabourList

All successful political parties form a coalition. The Labor Party is no different. We have, during our 121 year history, been a partnership between two main groups of people. One of our traditional hearts and another more liberal, mainly metropolitan in the other. Simplistically represented to me as the Daily …

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How electric vehicles could transform the electricity grid

More and more electric vehicles are becoming able not only to store energy for driving, but also to power buildings and the network at large, thanks to a capacity called “two-way charging”. This is an emerging technology that could keep refrigerators, lights, and the internet on in homes and other …

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