Monthly Archives: May 2013

Agricultural Innovation: The United States in a Changing Global Reality

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What we know and what we need to know in order to increase Agricultural resilience in developing countries.

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Conscious carnivores: Bill Gates says the meat market is ripe for reinvention in the form of ‘meat analogues’

Originally posted on ILRI Clippings:
American food writer and activist Michael Pollan (photo on Flickr by PopTech). The meat market, says Bill Gates, is ripe for reinvention. The market is growing fast to meet rising demands for animal-source foods throughout…

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Ethiopia: Exciting Innovations in Agriculture and Health

Originally posted on ECO-opia:
May 08, 2012 | by Bill Gates I’ve made many trips to Africa, but my recent visit to Ethiopia was definitely one of the most exciting. With effective governance and coordinated support from our foundation and…

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Take a bow Ethiopia, you’re the African star on MDG’s!

Originally posted on ECO-opia:
The 2013 DATA Report: Financing the Fight for Africa’s Transformation The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) deadline is now less than 1,000 days away. The world has officially entered the final leg of its 15-year journey to…

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Biodiversity and the Future of Farming

Originally posted on Global Food Politics:
A diverse, intercropped field A story carried by the Huffington Post yesterday suggested that the pace of biodiversity loss was increasing as a result of economic forces and global climate change, threatening the future…

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Counting Calories

Counting Calories.

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