Land in Canada, China, and Russia that cannot be farmed now may become suitable for agriculture as warmer climes creep north over the next 90 years, according to a new study from Germany's Ludwig Maximilian University. The developing world is ... BusinessWeek, 4 days ago
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AN ag-focused trade delegation to China is making progress on enhancing the Australian-Sino relationship, says Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce. On a five-day visit to China, Mr Joyce met this week with his Chinese counterpart Minister Han ...The Land Australia, 1 week ago Korea-China FTA talks end with little progress Joins.com, 4 days ago
Two Nevada-based environmental research institutions will partner with a Nanjing university on water pollution research, which they hope eventually will help solve water pollution problems in China. The Desert Research Institute and the Nevada ...China.org.cn, 4 days ago US-China institutes tackle water pollution CHINAdaily, 5 days ago Environmental Pollution is Inevitable in Developing Countries Breaking Energy online, 1 week ago
[September 22, 2014] (China Daily: Hong Kong Edition Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Researchers at Tsinghua University in Beijing experiment with their drone called 'throne'. [Photos by Kuang Linhua / China Daily] Drones are being built that can ...TMC Net, 1 week ago
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