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@NewAcreProject Apr 18
ALUS Canada currently has nearly 18,000 acres of pollinator habitat projects, adding close to 4,400 acres last year alone. Through New Acre™ Project, your company can invest in this critical natural infrastructure, supporting and in Canada.
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CSIS Food Security 6h
Agriculture is a high risk sector both in terms of its dependencies and impacts on natural capital. A report from details how the private sector can include natural capital in business decision-making.
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CSIS Food Security Apr 16
We are hiring! Apply to be a Global intern here:
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shaz chebet Apr 17
What if we stopped depending on maize? Would the food security story change? We don't need rain, we need water to farm
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CGIAR Apr 18
A newly developed hybrid, with 70% yield-gain potential and high disease resistance, has caught the attention of private seed companies in . Learn more: @bmz
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Shadrack Agaki 🇰🇪 Apr 19
Market linkages are critical however political will to build rural infrastructure is of stupendous importance. This article by Ann Waiguru timely. Kenya must rethink the strategy of making rural smallholders county towards
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FAO in Africa 10h
➡️ We must always remind ourselves that children are the worse victims of and ➡️ Without there's no future for our children. ➡️ Our actions must work towards and
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Minnesota FoodShare Apr 18
Meet the new generation of women scientists working for global via :
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PLAAS Apr 18
PLAAS SEMINAR: Presented by Prof David Sanders (Emeritus Professor, SOPH, UWC) on "Health, nutrition and food security in South Africa in a globalizing world: Trends, drivers and challenges" Date: Tues, 23 April 2019 Time: 13:00-14:00 Venue: PLAAS Boardroom, UWC
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David Svab 13h
When we think about threats to the environment, we tend to picture cars and smokestacks, not dinner. But the truth is, our need for food poses one of the biggest dangers to the planet.
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FAO in Africa Apr 18
H 👉Hunger can be eradicated O 👉Overcoming possible P 👉Providing E 👉Empowering rural for development We can HOPE for a world free from & working for 👉👉
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Mercy Limbua. Apr 18
Approximately 4.5 billion people a year are exposed to mycotoxins, including aflatoxins, found on agricultural crops and contaminate 25% of the world’s food supply, resulting in $600 million to $1 billion in lost earnings.
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Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy Apr 18
The Indigenous Food Circle with several organizations developed an innovative project in NWO, Understanding Our Food Systems, focused on a system of that is self-sustaining & allows each First Nation to develop its own plans
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Ilis T. Palmer Watts 16h
Sometimes good things happen under cover. adaptation Urban
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Mercy Limbua. Apr 18
is an essential and dynamic element of , with new threats emerging that require urgent action by developed and developing countries. The bottom-line, if food isn't safe, it isn't food!
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UCC Graduate Studies Apr 18
MSc Food Security Policy & Management focuses on international policy & management in the context of international development Open to applicants from a wide range of backgrounds incl economics, nutrition & humanitarian assistance. APPLY 💻
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The Our Food Project 7h
There are many reasons that food is wasted at every stage from land and sea to our kitchens.
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shaz chebet Apr 14
Traditional way of shading.. ..shading beds in nurseries is essential. Shading reduces the temperature of the soil and the amount of water lost by seedlings. However if seedlings are left under shade all the time they grow too tall, too weak and yellow.
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shaz chebet 9h
With the dryspell biting so hard, how can we enhance the resilience of our ecosystem?
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Harvester City 8h
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