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Transforming the food system can help meet many of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), according to a community of experts who are joining forces to confront challenges in Vietnam.
ZAKA DISTRICT, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Aplonia Marutsvaka looks triumphant as she shows off one of her three bags of gleaming white maize. She harvested the grain in the midst of a drought and sapping heat that charred many other types of crop.
Walking through his dry millet field, Alioune Djaby, chief of Sikilo village, waits for a sign that rainfall is coming.
SIKILO, Senegal (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Walking through his dry millet field, Alioune Djaby, chief of Sikilo village, waits for a sign that rainfall is coming.
TORONTO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Developing countries can boost food production while reducing planet-warming emissions from agriculture, given the right technologies and financial support to put them into practise, researchers said on Monday.
Rising temperatures pose serious threat to coffee farmers.
In "Palms Of Controversies: Oil Palm And Development Challenges", two authors make their case for sustainability in the palm oil sector.
OSLO (Reuters) - Global warming may drive many wild varieties of plants such as potatoes and peanuts to extinction by mid-century, wiping out traits that might help modern crops resist pests or disease, scientists said on Tuesday.