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Zimbabwe's app aims to make the search for land easier and cheaper by letting farmers use their smartphones to find out everything they need to know about vacant plots around the country.
Eating shows originated from South Korea before gaining popularity globally via videos featuring broadcasters consuming a large quantity of food. In a Weibo poll, more than 50% of roughly 155,000 respondents said that while they enjoyed watching eating shows they would say ‘no’ to food waste.
When her husband suddenly died, Nakimo set up a small shop in Bhutan’s southern Chukha district to provide for her family of seven, then began growing hazelnut trees, which not only boosted her income, but also helped preserve the soil on her land.
Lorugum village in northwest Kenya is under siege. Hundreds of thousands of young desert locusts perch on trees, shrubs, and in the grass.
At a Tel Aviv-area hospital, a robot toddles over to a young patient propped up in bed and connects her remotely to a physician to discuss her treatment for Covid-19.
From online schooling to working from home or video calls with family, the Internet has helped billions of people adapt and survive during the coronavirus pandemic.
From deploying drones and fire trucks to banging utensils and blaring loud music, India is experimenting with ways to battle a new wave of locust attacks that have alarmed farmers.
In the past four years, the United Arab Emirates has grown a small but rising share of its own organic tomatoes, aiming to shore up food security in an import-dependent desert country.
With US meatpacking plants shut down by the coronavirus, one food bank desperate for donations is mending the broken supply chain itself.
With many nations having banned mass gatherings to slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus, green activists are marking the 50th anniversary of Earth Day online, urging environmental action through apps, webinars and digital campaigns.