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1 COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse gains made on Sustainable Development Goal 1 and 2
2 Gender discrimination threatens crop yield among smallholder farmers in Africa, researchers say
3 What Burkina Faso can teach us about forest restoration
4 How to breed a climate resilient sunflower? Look to its ancient cousins.
5 Researchers Urge for More Efficient Planning for Biodiversity Conservation
6 Research reveals gender discrimination can affect crop yields
7 Dan Blaustein-Rejto – Foreign Policy
8 Forest restoration action must prioritize diversity over scale for cheaper, long-term success
9 Food scarcity: Can the world continue to provide enough food?
10 Global food systems expert joins Cornell | Cornell Chronicle
11 A no-meat diet everywhere will not solve the climate crisis
12 COVID-19 pandemic-related restrictions significantly impact bean production
13 Surprising trove of sorghum diversity discovered in Australia -- but it's disappearing fast
14 Investment in maize for Africa pays off
15 As COP26 looms and tropical deforestation soars, REDD+ debate roars on
16 Thomas Hargrove's Kidnapping: How Did He Die? Where is Miles Hargrove Now?
17 High-tech fixes for the food system could have unintended consequences
18 Increasing temperatures will hit meat and milk production in East Africa
19 Design and implementation of postgraduate programs | AMEP
20 Advances in modeling and sensors can help farmers and insurers manage risk
21 Charting a New Course for US-Brazil Action on the Amazon
22 Congregations 'walk the talk' of Earth Day with ongoing care for creation
23 'Rambo root' could help with climate action, peace building and environmental issues
24 Gender discrimination threatens crop yield among Africa's farmers
25 Scientists call for climate projections as part of more robust biodiversity conservation
26 The next generation of biodiversity conservation targets must aim higher than ever
27 No one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to eating less meat
28 How much greenhouse gas emission comes from tropical deforestation and peatland loss?
29 Spanish head of CIAT kidnapped in Colombia -ANI
30 Aerial images detect and track food security threats for millions of African farmers
31 Farmer knowledge is key to finding more resilient crops in climate crisis
32 Game-changing technologies can transform our food systems
33 Recognizing the true guardians of the forest: Q&A with David Kaimowitz
34 Want to know what climate change will do in your back yard? There's a dataset for that
35 Better health
36 Curbing land clearing for food production is vital to reverse biodiversity declines
37 Subversive Acquisition LP Provides Update on Qualifying Transaction With InterCure, Israel's Leading and Fastest-Growing Cannabis Company
38 Effect of nutrition-sensitive agriculture interventions with participatory videos and women's group meetings on maternal and child nutritional outcomes in rural Odisha, India (UPAVAN trial): a four-arm, observer-blind, cluster-randomised controlled trial
39 CGIAR puts climate change at the heart of new research strategy
40 New book covers fragile status of the genetic diversity of our food
41 Coalition Letter to President Biden: Addressing the Climate Crisis' Domestic Impacts on Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes
42 Distant Cousins Of Food Crops Deserve Respect And Protection
43 World Health Day 2021: Resources for researchers
44 Land restoration in Latin America shows big potential for climate change mitigation
45 America's crop cousins are numerous, imperiled, and more needed than ever
46 On the hunt for wild bananas in Papua New Guinea
47 Peatland fires in Indonesia can be predicted by new evaluation approach, study finds
48 The downward trend: Nature's decline risks our quality of life
49 Building international partnerships for global food security | Cornell Chronicle
50 Food systems lessons from COVID-19: From understanding fragilities to building resilience
51 What digital revolution? Hundreds of millions of farmers still cannot get online
52 Research center focuses on improving cattle forage
53 Lessons learned in Burkina Faso can contribute to a new decade of forest restoration
54 Scientists unlock secrets of Ethiopia's superfood in race to save it from warming climate
55 CIFOR and CGIAR Research Programs
56 Surprising trove of sorghum diversity discovered in Australia—but it's disappearing fast
57 Famines, Fertility Interventions, and Death: Modernization Projects in Southern India
58 Nature Source Improved Plants (NSIP) Teams up with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) to Accelerate Banana Breeding
59 GIZ – GIAE and IITA target job creation and increase in productivity of maize and cassava in Nigeria
60 Latin American researchers use gene editing to breed hardier crops
61 Rethink diet-land use connections to prevent future pandemics, scientist says
62 Why we must scale up climate-smart agriculture to feed a hungrier world
63 CSU researchers bring home lessons from Peruvian farmers
64 Our Future Food Supply Depends on Endangered Wild Crops
65 Think Covid-19 Disrupted the Food Chain? Wait and See What Climate Change Will Do
66 China Pharma Expects Considerable Increase in Growth Opportunities Related to Hainan Free Trade Port
67 Alliance managing director for the Americas freed after kidnapping
68 How can we rebuild a stronger agricultural industry?
69 Identifying local solutions in the Barotse Floodplain for sustainable agriculture development
70 Increasing Temps Will Hit Meat and Milk Production in East Africa
71 How Cassava Could Help Meet Environmental, Peace Goals
72 USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service Helps Global Efforts to Reduce Food Loss and Waste: An Interview with Paige Cowie
73 The world needs a global system to detect and halt the spread of emerging crop diseases
74 Modern Diets Do Not Reflect Availability of 7,000 Types of Fruits, Vegetables
75 A new world map rates food sustainability for countries across the globe
76 Rising temperatures hamper pig production in East Africa
77 Feeding the world byte by byte: big data meets agriculture
78 Technology can track crop diseases impacting food security in Africa
79 Opinion: Agriculture Research, Globally | 2019-12-02
80 Eating your vegetables is easier said than done
81 Data drive to help farmers cope with climate change via their smartphones
82 Advancing Research on Climate Change: World Bank Grants $60 Million to Help Strengthen the Resilience of the Agricultural Sector in Africa
83 Game-changing technologies to transform food systems
84 Profile: Ethiopia's Segenet Kelemu Among Breakthrough Scientists You Need to Know at Tadias Magazine
85 Getting Busy! More Construction Along Route 9 in Lakewood, NJ
86 Impact of Effort to Reduce Amazon Deforestation Overestimated, Study Finds
87 InventHelp Inventor Develops Fitness Accessory to Calculate Punching/Kicking Power (PIT-1164)
88 Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation
89 Top banana: developing varieties that resist disease
90 Growing demand for zero-deforestation cacao might not help Colombian forests
91 Ugandans and Kenyans in cities happy to pay for food that is more nutritious
92 Food security: Lagos partners IITA to train 13,548 youths in Agribusiness
93 121 Food Organizations to Watch in 2021 – Food Tank
94 Finding Ways for Climate Services to Improve Nutrition in Vietnam
95 CORRECTED-Soccer-Breakaway Super League cannot go ahead, says Agnelli
96 Xinhua releases series indices on tropical agriculture in S. China Haikou
97 Cataloguing genetic information about yams
98 Will 5G Be A Detriment To Low-Income Farmers?
99 Latin American researchers use gene editing to develop new crops that benefit farmers and consumers
100 SCIO briefing on the progress of Hainan Free Trade Port policies_china.org.cn