Monthly Archives: May 2013

Gardening and farming with rockdust

Originally posted on Science on the Land:
On the allotment site in Northern England where I grow food, there’s a fashion for rockdust. Some of my neighbours swear by it. I’m not tempted, and my plot’s the envy of the…

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The Humble Apple and the Challenge of Sustainability

The Humble Apple and the Challenge of Sustainability. via The Humble Apple and the Challenge of Sustainability.

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The Stalling Debate Over Food Aid Reform

Originally posted on Global Food Politics:
US Capitol, Washington DC President Obama‚Äôs proposal to reform the US food aid system was widely celebrated by critics of the current system. But his proposals appear to have run into strong opposition in…

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GMOs good for Africa–Calestous Juma, Kenyan biotechnology expert and Harvard professor

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