Posts Tagged ‘ Agriculture ’

Listening to a Commie

August 30, 2013
Frank Domenico Cipriani
Listening to a Commie

In my circle of acquaintances, I know a handful of “fellow travellers”, Americans who have an affection and concern for the people of Bangladesh.
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Food grain production and self-sufficiency

December 30, 2012
M A Taslim
Food grain production and self-sufficiency

One of the redeeming features of our economic development during the last four decades has been the steady increase in food grain production despite all odds, both natural and man-made.
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A Note on Climate Change, Food Security

December 6, 2009
Ad Spijkers
A Note on Climate Change, Food Security

Climate change will affect agriculture, forestry, fisheries and livestock production through higher temperatures, changes in rainfall and elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration. Global mean surface temperatures are projected to rise by 1.8°C to 4.0°C by 2100. Such changes could severely impact food production and availability. Therefore, it is essential to take action now to...
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Agriculture: Nothing to expect from Copenhagen

December 3, 2009
Farhad Mazhar
Agriculture: Nothing to expect from Copenhagen

During 7 to 18 December, 2009, the world leaders from 192 countries will meet in Copenhagen, Denmark, to negotiate an agreement at the COP 15 of the UNFCCC to keep global temperatures below catastrophic levels. The Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was adopted in...
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