Jane Turpie says, "As economies expand globally, the strain on the earth’s natural resources becomes increasingly apparent, and perhaps one of the most pertinent issues facing us today is that of water scarcity."
Regenerative Agriculture: The Transition.
Writing on Scitizen, Professor Chris Rhodes notes that:
In the face of peak oil and in order to curb carbon emissions, methods of...
Research and Agricultural DevelopmentLast Updated on 2010-10-02 at 17:56Research Alone Won't
Drive Agricultural Development
SciDev.Net's Commissioning Editor, Sian Lewis has penned this Editorial and notes:
Even focused research will not deliver... More »
Earth ForumLast Updated on 2010-04-24 at 19:43About the Earth Forum
The Earth Forum is one component of the Earth Portal that provides the means for the interested public to engage in discussions with experts on ... More »
Energy for All?Last Updated on 2010-04-19 at 08:37Energy for All
On SciDev.Net on 14 April 2010, Kandeh Yumkella and Morgan Bazilian offer an Opinion article, titled "Energy for all — a joined-up approach". ... More »
Support Farmers, Cut Crop LossLast Updated on 2010-03-08 at 08:19Support farmers to cut crop losses
On SciDev,Net, on 2 March 2010, Dennis Rangi of CABI says:
Reducing crop loss by keeping out alien pests and boosting plant health... More »
Gardening in SacksLast Updated on 2010-03-07 at 04:43Sacks gardening in
urban and rural areas
A recent online issue of Scitizen contains an article that notes:
In every developing country people are suffering from the high... More »
An African Green Revolution?Last Updated on 2010-02-24 at 18:41 African Green Revolution is Possible
On 15 February 2010, SciDev.Net reports on an article* in the journal Science by Gebisa Ejeta.
The time is... More »