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How will China feed 1.4 billion people? China’s next big boom: AgriTech and FoodTech

Pascal Coppens Published on Jun 14, 2021 #China #AgriTech #FoodTech This video talks about the enormous historical, social and geographical problems for China to feed 1.4 billion people. To solve their challenges, China is investing in AgriTech and FoodTech. Due … Continue reading


The Living Farm Published on Jun 11, 2021 There are several concepts that must be learned to be a successful gardener. Learn from Lynn Gillespie all about Fertility. 5 Organic Mulch options:… Compost magic:… Compost test:… What Can … Continue reading

The GMO Study Everyone Needs To Know About

The Real Truth About Health Published on Jun 11, 2021 The GMO Study Everyone Needs To Know About by Steven Druker Steven Druker is a public interest attorney who founded the Alliance for Bio-Integrity and, as its executive director, initiated … Continue reading

Modern Marvels: How Corn Fuels America (S13, E39) | Full Episode | History

HISTORY – May 29, 2021 Why is corn the largest agricultural crop in the world? Corn has fed the masses from ancient times to this day. Corn is not only a vegetable and a cereal grain; it is a commodity … Continue reading

In Meat We Trust: An Unexpected History of Carnivore America: Maureen Ogle

The untold story of how meat made America: a tale of the self-made magnates, pragmatic farmers, and impassioned activists who shaped us into the greatest eaters and providers of meat in history “Ogle is a terrific writer, and she takes … Continue reading

Trump’s Trade Wars with China and Europe Have Made Bad Agriculture Policies W orse

From suffering U.S. farmers to the pain inflicted on the developing world, everything about U.S. agriculture policy is dysfunctional. The next administration can do better. By Clark Packard October 27, 2020, 4:53 PM Recent years have been tumultuous for American … Continue reading

U.S. Industrialized Agriculture Is Better for the Environment—and the People, Too

The United States’ industrialized food system moved millions of people out of poverty and is better for the environment, too. By Ted Nordhaus, Dan Blaustein-Rejto April 18, 2021, 6:00 AM In some ways, it is not surprising that many of … Continue reading

U.S.-Sponsored Big Agriculture Is Leading to Ecological Collapse

Actually, big isn’t best. By Matthew R. Sanderson, a social scientist at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, and Stan Cox, a research scholar in ecosphere studies at The Land Institute in Salina, Kansas. May 17, 2021, 3:02 PM Today, … Continue reading

CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)

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Webinar 1: The current investment in agricultural innovation in the Global South

CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Streamed live 69 minutes ago This webinar will provide an insight into the global baseline for investment, categorized by types of funder, implementer, and topic, and estimate how much … Continue reading