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Engineering Nature: How Improved Photosynthesis Could Feed the World

Engineering Nature: How Improved Photosynthesis Could Feed the World | Education for Sustainable Development | Scoop.it
In terms of plants, the concept of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) often refers to the insertion of genetic information from one species of plant to another so that the recipient plant gains a desirable trait. This process has been used extensively to improve crop yields. For example, one type of rice has been made waterproof so that yields aren’t affected by heavy floods from typhoons.

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Meet the Farm That Grows Plants with Zero Sunlight, Soil, Pesticides, or Water

Meet the Farm That Grows Plants with Zero Sunlight, Soil, Pesticides, or Water | Education for Sustainable Development | Scoop.it
With the goal of providing locally sourced food to communities and battling world hunger, AeroFarms will be producing two million pounds of leafy greens a year, all without the use of soil, pesticides, or sunlight,
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Play | Reach for the Sun | Games for Change

Play | Reach for the Sun | Games for Change | Education for Sustainable Development | Scoop.it
Manage your plant to make as many seeds as possible before winter comes in this educational resource management simulation.
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Bryce Lester's curator insight, April 20, 2017 9:15 AM

In the past years in the U.S. many people have stopped skateboarding. Even though it has dropped in the U.S. skateboarding has become more popular in many countries around the world. Professional skateboarding has also became more common around the world. In the U.S. in 2006 10.13 million people participated in skateboarding, but in a 2015 only 6.44 million americans participated in skateboarding.  The cause of the numbers declining may be because of the number of injuries included in the sport. Also, police have started cracking down on skateboarding in towns and in some towns skateboarding is banned from the public. Even though the number of skateboarding participants has dropped there are still many skateboarders in the U.S.

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Encyclopedia of Life - Animals - Plants - Pictures & Information

Encyclopedia of Life - Animals - Plants - Pictures & Information | Education for Sustainable Development | Scoop.it
The Encyclopedia of Life is an unprecedented effort to gather scientific knowledge about all animal and plant life where pictures, information, facts, and more are available for all things living in our plant and animal kingdoms.

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