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Frame climate change as a food issue, experts say

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As IPCC report warns of climate impact on food security, researchers are looking at whether talking about food could break political deadlock on global warming

Don't blame camels for global warming, study concludes

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Camelid family of animals produce significantly less methanethan ruminants such as cattle, sheep and goats

Watch L.A. Fundamentally Transform In Under 1 Minute

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Cities across the globe are growing in size and population at an astounding rate, and a team of researchers are looking at the past to prepare for what will happen next.To do so, the researchers, based out of the NYU Stern School of Business, hav...

'Cherry tree from space' mystery baffles Japan

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A cosmic mystery is uniting monks and scientists in Japan after a cherry tree grown from a seed that orbited the Earth for eight months bloomed years earlier than expected -- and with very surprising flowers.

Angola stimulates ICT innovation in government

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The Angolan Government is seeking to boost the use of ICTs in public service administration and service delivery through its ‘Innovate’ programme for the public sector.

It’s one of the biggest things keeping Ugandan farmers poor. And nobody talks about it.

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My piece on seed counterfeiting is out in The Guardian today. Have a look, Of the many factors that keep small-scale Ugandan farmers poor, seed counterfeiting may be the least understood. Passing u...

Norman Borlaug fondly remembered

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Family and colleagues share memories of Nobel laureate, biologist and humanitarian Norman Borlaug.

One in Three Fish Imported Into U.S. May Be Illegal

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A new study says 20 to 32 percent of wild-caught imported seafood comes from pirate fishing around the world.

Post-IPCC, we have missed the glimmers of hope on the ground

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When it comes to climate change and food security, we're accustomed to bad news. But there are a few good stories, too

Gassy Cows Are Warming The Planet, And They're Here To Stay

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Methane from livestock accounts for a huge portion of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions, according to a UN report. But reducing global meat consumption isn't necessarily the answer to the problem.

Forests Asia

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5 mentions2 days ago 2 days ago
By Joelia Fitri Adhistiscia Chaderi How can we face the problem of food scarcity of the past decade? I bet you have been thinking that we need to produce more and more to meet our food needs. Am I right? Did you think that would be the way ...

From athletes to couch potatoes: Humans through 6,000 years of farming

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Research into the strength and shape of lower limb bones shows that, in the first 6,000 years of farming, our ancestors in Central Europe became less active as their tasks diversified and technology improved. Anthropologists show that this drop in mobility was particularly marked in men.

Centuries-old grills of ancient BBQ lovers found in western Turkey

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Pieces of grills, which date back to 2,200 years ago, have been unearthed in the ancient city of Assos in the northwestern province of Çanakkale

Research shows vast differences in livestock systems, diets and emissions–FCRN on PNAS paper

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Tara Garnet, of the Food Climate Research Network (FCRN), at Oxford University, recently highlighted a paper published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The pa...

One in Three Fish Imported Into U.S. May Be Illegal

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A new study says 20 to 32 percent of wild-caught imported seafood comes from pirate fishing around the world.

Open Science

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Academic Search Engine Optimization is just a set of a few tips that which could help you to get views, downloads and citations.

A Torpedo Aimed Straight at H.M.S. Randomista

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7 mentions4 days ago 4 days ago
It can't be that often that the American Journal of Agricultural Economics publishes a genuinely spectacular result, but their most recent issue is the exception that proves the rule. Under the una...
 

 

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