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FAO 4h
Forests play a key role in our lives that we don’t even recognize. 🌲🌳 Here are just 5 of 's best kept secrets 👇
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FAO 8h
Soil pollution is an invisible threat that can harm: ➡️ food security ➡️ human health ➡️ the environment We need to put a stop to soil pollution.
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FAO 16h
For food to be food, it needs to be safe. How Whole Genome Sequencing is helping us decode the risks to our food 👉
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FAO 19h
Our food depends on our natural resources. Without and healthy soils we wouldn't have the food on our plates.
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What if we could see the world from a different perspective? Would we continue mistreating it? No matter how you look at it: this is our only home. 🌏 Every action counts.
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FAO Apr 18
👨‍👩‍👧‍👦Food is life. ❤️Food is love. 👩‍🌾Food is culture. 🍏Food is nutrition. ⚖️Food is a human right.
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FAO Apr 18
🌲🌳🏙️🌲🌳 and urban forests can make our greener, healthier and happier places to live.
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FAO Apr 18
Urban 👇 🥕 Provides fresh food 👩‍🌾 Generates employment ♻️ Recycles urban wastes 🌇 Strengthens cities’ resilience to We need to prepare our towns and cities for a sustainable future to achieve .
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Connect4Climate Apr 18
? Cities occupy just 2% of the world’s land. However, they account for: - Over 60% of global energy consumption - 70% of greenhouse gas emissions - 70% of global waste Know more:
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FAO Apr 18
What is a farmer without water? 👇 Access to is a human right. 💧
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World Food Programme Apr 17
Maria Rita says food has never been a problem for her family before . They used to grow tomatoes, cucumber, pumpkin, beans, maize and never ran out. A joint seed & food distribution with is helping smallholder farmers in return to the field. 🌱🌾👇
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FAO Apr 18
Our food security and nutrition relies on healthy . They are the foundation of our food systems.
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FAO in Emergencies Apr 18
After , in addition to food, beneficiary households will also be able to produce their own 🌱 seeds for planting in October, when 🇲🇿 ’s main agricultural season is set to begin 👉
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FAO Newsroom Apr 18
In Kenya🇰🇪’s Lake Turkana, a local entrepreneur is turning fish skins🎣 into “fish leather” for designers 👜 and making a profit out of it! Full story in the latest Target podcast: 👉
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FAO Apr 18
If it isn’t safe, it isn’t food. Food is the starting point for our energy, our health and our well-being. How we can work together to prevent foodborne diseases 👉
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FAO Apr 17
We grow it. We eat it. We share it. connects us all. Let’s treat it with respect.👊
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FAO Apr 17
The key to the also lies in its history.
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FAO Apr 17
Indigenous and traditional knowledge have survived hundreds and sometimes thousands of years. Strengthening these systems is key to achieving a world.
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FAO Apr 17
agriculture 🌱 accounts for 70% of fresh 💧 withdrawals? We need to use this precious resource sustainably for a secure .
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FAO Apr 17
Ready for the bin? Actually, no! Under the black peel, you’ll likely find a ripe banana 🍌 that is fine to eat! Peel before you throw! Let’s respect our food.
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