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npr.org - Juliana Kim - Fiona destroyed most of Puerto Rico's plantain crops - a staple for people's diet
Fiona destroyed most of Puerto Rico's plantain crops - a staple for people's diet
NPR.org

Puerto Rico's plantains — a key staple in residents' diets — were among the crops hit so hard by Hurricane Fiona that the island likely won't be able to produce any for the upcoming holiday season. Ramón González…

bloomberg.com - Shelly Hagan - Beto O'Rourke Says US Guest-Worker Program Would Help Slow Inflation
Beto O'Rourke Says US Guest-Worker Program Would Help Slow Inflation
Bloomberg

Beto O'Rourke, the Democrat running for Texas governor, said his plan for a guest-worker program would help slow inflation and alleviate a worker shortage that plagues agriculture and other US industries. “A Texas-based guest-worker program…

cnn.com - By Rachel Ramirez, CNN  - Spotted lanternflies are thriving in the Northeast. Scientists fear they could spread farther
Spotted lanternflies are thriving in the Northeast. Scientists fear they could spread farther
CNN

(CNN) Spotted lanternflies are thriving in the Northeast this summer. In New York City, where this year's invasion seems particularly extreme, people squash them on the streets, on railings and even on their restaurant tables. The exterior walls of…

theguardian.com - Julia Kollewe - HRT: inside the complex global supply chain behind a $20bn market
HRT: inside the complex global supply chain behind a $20bn market
The Guardian

In the centre of the factory stand 31 reactors: giant metal globes that can hold up to 10,000 litres of liquid each. Every week, gleaming stainless steel drums arrive by truck at this plant on the outskirts of Oss, in the Netherlands. Their…

forbes.com - Alex Knapp - More Lithium Mining, Wells Running Dry In California And EV Charging Infrastructure
More Lithium Mining, Wells Running Dry In California And EV Charging Infrastructure
Forbes

This week's Current Climate, which every Saturday brings you the latest news about the business of sustainability. Sign up to get it in your inbox every week. This past week we held the inaugural Forbes Sustainability Leaders Summit, where we…

themorning.lk - News Admin - Food for thought: Rethinking home gardening and subsistence agriculture
Food for thought: Rethinking home gardening and subsistence agriculture
The Morning - Sri Lanka News

With Sri Lanka's Year-on-Year (YoY) food inflation rising to a staggering 82.5% in July 2022 [1], organisations such as the World Food Programme and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) have warned of rising…

phys.org - Vanessa Pirotta and Justine O'Brien - Lizard in your luggage? We're using artificial intelligence to detect wildlife trafficking
Lizard in your luggage? We're using artificial intelligence to detect wildlife trafficking
Phys.org

by Vanessa Pirotta and Justine O'Brien, The Conversation Blue-tongue lizards and sulfur-crested cockatoos are among the native animals frequently smuggled overseas. While the number of live animals seized by the Australian Government has tripled…

cnbc.com - Trevor Laurence Jockims - How the airline industry plans to wean itself off one billion tons of carbon emissions
How the airline industry plans to wean itself off one billion tons of carbon emissions
CNBC

The airline industry likes to point out that it is responsible for 'just' 2% of CO2 emissions globally. But as the auto industry is transformed rapidly by electric vehicles, aviation's share will grow, especially if projections for air travel to…

gyanhigyan.com - Kamlesh Jangid - The agriculture sector was destroyed due to floods in Pakistan, and food security is in danger
The agriculture sector was destroyed due to floods in Pakistan, and food security is in danger
GyanhiGyan

Islamabad, Pakistan's agriculture sector, which contributes 24 percent to the country's gross domestic product and is the largest source of foreign exchange earnings, has been damaged as the recent climate change-induced catastrophic floods have…

thetandd.com - STEPHANIE SOX
S.C. Farmer Magazine - Gourds: Agriculture's canvas; most common, practical use is still birdhouses
Gourds: Agriculture's canvas; most common, practical use is still birdhouses
The Times and Democrat

Unassuming and unattractive when left alone, gourds have potential limited only by the imagination of the artist. Dickie Martin was raised at the end of Ghost Creek Road in Laurens. Some 70 years later, he and his wife Linda still live there with…

nation.com.pk - Agencies - Comprehensive reform plan needed to turn agriculture sector around
Comprehensive reform plan needed to turn agriculture sector around
The Nation

ISLAMABAD-A comprehensive reform plan is required to boost the agriculture sector's output, lower the imports of food products and improve the living standard of farmers. Agriculture is an essential component and a strong engine of growth in a…

ndtv.com - Is Israel Taking The Lead In Climate Tech? What This Could Mean For India
Is Israel Taking The Lead In Climate Tech? What This Could Mean For India
NDTV

Israel is very proud about its waste water management system New Delhi: There is goodwill for India amongst many in Israel. For an Indian visitor it's easy to come across namastes, Bollywood chatter and even a straight-up 'we love India, India is…

siasat.com - Indo-Asian News Service - Pakistan's catastrophic floods ravage agriculture sector, jeopardize food security
Pakistan's catastrophic floods ravage agriculture sector, jeopardize food security
The Siasat Daily

Islamabad: Pakistan ‘s agriculture sector, which contributes 24 per cent to the country's gross domestic product and is the largest source of foreign exchange earnings, has been damaged as the recent climate change-induced catastrophic…

nytimes.com - Vivian Giang - Silicon Valley Had Its Heyday. Can Tech Ecosystems Now Grow Inland?
Silicon Valley Had Its Heyday. Can Tech Ecosystems Now Grow Inland?
The New York Times

The DealBook newsletter delves into a single topic or theme every weekend, providing reporting and analysis that offers a better understanding of an important issue in business. If you don't already receive the daily newsletter, sign up here. Steve…

record-eagle.com - Nikki Rothwell - Agriculture Forum: MSU Extension, Northwest Education team up for events
Agriculture Forum: MSU Extension, Northwest Education team up for events
Traverse City Record-Eagle

Michigan State University Extension and the Northwest Education Services (formerly TBAISD) are teaming up again this year. This partnership started the pop-up farmers markets at regional public schools in 2021, and they are back on the circuit this…

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