2 million of the world’s 1.5 billion farmers are now producing organically, with nearly 80 percent based in developing countries. India boasts the most certified organic producers, followed by Uganda and Mexico.
Book Author: Evaggelos Vallianatos with McKay Jenkins Reviewed by: Carol Van Strum “Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts,” Richard Feynman famously declared in 1966. Ever quick to challenge accepted wisdom, he distinguished the laudable ignorance of science, forever seeking unattainable certainties, from the dangerous ignorance of experts ...
Stretching across vast distances and established across thousands of years, the spice trade has long held a sense of exotic mystery. Yet with dozens of cases identified and linked on both sides of the Atlantic in recent weeks, one might think it should be fairly simple to find the source of nuts that investigators have found are contaminating products now being recalled from supermarket shelves.
California Public Utilities Commission officials allowed Pacific Gas and Electric Co. to investigate itself after the company revealed in 2012 that it had failed to police its major gas pipelines to the point where trees, buildings and even swimming pools blocked access to them, The Chronicle has learned. A commission official explained in an e-mail to PG&E executives that it would be better for the company to do its own investigation so the state agency could avoid “a lot of ... red tape.” PG
Greenpeace joined the launch of an urban gardening project in Las Piñas led by Senator Cynthia Villar on February 4, 2015. The project is intended to inspire urban communities to start organic vegetable gardens in their subdivision or barangay.
The International Cocoa Quarantine Centre's aim is to reduce the amount of disease affecting cocoa plants by quarantining them before sharing them with different countries to produce new, more resistant varieties
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A table full of hemp products recently made for a strange sight inside Florida's Capitol building, especially when growing the plant here is illegal. The display was set up to promote new legislation to legalize and regulate the cultivation of hemp farming, for use in beauty care, food and other products. ...
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