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Spending more on food is associated with a healthier diet and weight 28 Jan 2016
Medical News Today

Spending more on food is associated with a healthier diet and ...

According to an epidemiological study carried out by researchers at the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM), increasing the money you spend on food is linked to a better quality diet, particularly increased consumption of fruit and ... Medical News Today, 2 weeks ago
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'Many farmers are moving away from farming in India'

The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (Icrisat) is an international organisation that undertakes scientific research for development to reduce poverty, hunger, malnutrition and environmental degradation in dry land tropics.
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
Climate and Development Knowledge Network

New centre to measure the effectiveness of UK energy, water, environment and food policies

A new national research hub, initiated by a consortium of leading UK bodies, will be developing new ways to measure the effectiveness of domestic policies on energy, water, environment and food (the nexus), and how they affect wider society. The ...
 Wired-GOV2 weeks ago Energy, water, environment and food policy in the spotlight at new research centre backed by NERC  Noodls2 weeks ago FEATURE: The politics of integrated planning for water, energy and food in Kenya  Climate and Development Knowledge Network4 weeks ago

Scientists urged to focus climate change policy research

ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Climate Change Secretary Arif Ahmed Khan has underscored a need for scientists and researchers in Pakistan to steer policy research focus towards solutions direly needed for combating climate change induced for expanding ...
 Daily Times3 weeks ago Pakistan in pressing need of research-based workable solutions to fight expanding desertification and aridity: Secretary  MediaLine Pakistan3 weeks ago Secretary seeks solution to combat climate change  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Reducing economic impacts of aridity, desertification needs policy research focus  Frontier Post3 weeks ago
Energy Mix Report

Operators see cost reduction measures, policy consistency as key in low oil price environment

Alarmed by the free fall in international crude prices, the oil and gas operators across the West African region are currently considering various cost-efficient measures, and pushing for favourable government policies that would aid their ...
 Energy Mix Report2 weeks ago W African Oil Operators Consider Cost-Efficient Measures  BizWatchNigeria2 weeks ago WAfrican oil operators agree on cost reduction measures, policy consistency  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago Here's how falling oil prices could make the world more peaceful and cooperative  Washington Post2 weeks ago
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U.N. Announces International Symposium On Agricultural Biotechnologies

Source: U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) news release For detailed information go to: About the symposium The programme in detail FAQs FAO is hosting an international symposium on "The Role of Agricultural Biotechnologies in ...
 Agri Marketing2 weeks ago Making agricultural biotechnologies work for small-h0lder farmers  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Govt. policy to bring rural agriculture to international level: Amunugama  DailyFT3 weeks ago

'Continuity of policy is the key' - Salim Raza

BR Research recently sat down with the ex State Bank of Pakistan Governor, Syed Salim Raza to discuss issues surrounding Pakistan's macroeconomic landscape. Below are the edited excerpts from the conversation. Business Recorder Research: How has ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago

The Challenges of Industrial Development Policy Design in a Post-Liberalisation Era the case of Zimbabwe

Brian Mureverwi, tralac Intern, highlights the essential components of a dynamic industrial development policy using the case of Zimbabwe In October 2015, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) released data on capacity utilisation in ...
 Tralac3 weeks ago
Medical News Today

27 Influential Women in Food and Agriculture

There are hundreds of women who inspire us at Food Tank. They are entrepreneurs, stewards of the land, business owners, researchers, farmers, and innovators who are the backbone of the world's food systems. On average, women represent 43 percent ...
 Agri Portal South Africa2 weeks ago Link between food advertising and child food consumption 26 Jan 2016  Medical News Today2 weeks ago High Cost Of Inadequate Food Preservation  The Guardian Nigeria4 weeks ago From Copenhagen to India, Restoring the Link Between Farmer and Consumer and Challenging the Corporate Hijack of Global Food and Agriculture  RINF.com4 weeks ago

UK varsity, IIMB collaborate on int'l study

The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and Hull University Business School (HUBS), are collaborating on an international study - 'Building Sustainable Agricultural and Retail Supply Chains'- that is being funded via the UK-India Education and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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