The Nordic Page Norway's oil firms lobby for Arctic area and tax repeal Reuters OSLO, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Oil firms in Norway, western Europe's biggest oil and gas producer, asked the incoming ruling parties on Monday to repeal a recent tax hike...
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Aerial drones are about to become an everyday part of our lives. This is an industry in its infancy and agriculture will be the launch point and proving ground for many others. Farmers will become thousands of times more precise in how they apply chemicals and fertilizers, saving themselves millions in the process. Saving farmers 1% on inputs like herbicide and pesticide, and increasing their yields by 1%, that alone is a multi-billion dollar industry. In the end, the world will grow far more food, to far more exacting quality standards, under virtually any weather conditions. And drones will be an essential part of making this happen.
Ten years after its launch in 2003, AGORA (Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture) now provides free or low-cost access to over 3 500 key journals and 3 300 books in food, nutrition, agriculture and related biological, environmental and social sciences.
"Lack of access to knowledge is a major bottleneck for many poor countries to develop their agricultural sector and ensure food security," said FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva celebrating AGORA's 10th anniversary in Rome.
Graziano da Silva added that knowledge is only valuable to the extent that those who need it can access it.
"Growing Power is a national nonprofit organization and land trust supporting people from diverse backgrounds, and the environments in which they live, by helping to provide equal access to healthy, high-quality, safe and affordable food for people in all communities."
New York Times (blog) Europe Set to Impose Sanctions on Faroe Islands Over Herring New York Times (blog) PARIS — The European Commission said on Tuesday that it was enacting tough trade sanctions against the Faroe Islands after the tiny North...
More and more people are waking up to the fact that the widespread proliferation of genetically modified (GM) foods and petrochemicals are not only wreaking havoc on our environment, but wreaking havoc on us.
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