Study shows food safety regulations will promote agriculture exports

Ethiopia's agriculture boom yields a bare harvest for poor as El Niño bites

Despite concerns over acceptance of African agricultural produce in the European Union (EU), a study on Tuesday revealed that the adoption of food safety regulations will promote inter-regional trade of agriculture commodities to the EU. ‎The study, titled “Food Safety Regulations and Export Responses of Developing Nations: Lessons from South Africa More...

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By IntDevCommunities On Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
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Ghana national climate finance analysis

Much progress has been made, over a relatively short period of time, to develop a national policy framework for climate change in Ghana. The national policy, together with its accompanying draft master plan, provides More...

Climate change on Valentine's Day: what might you lose that you love?
By IntDevCommunities On Thursday, January 29th, 2015
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Climate change on Valentine’s Day: what might you lose that you love?

Environmental campaigners are calling for people to declare their love for the planet on 14 February – Valentine’s Day. The Climate Coalition, made up of more than 100 UK organisations campaigning for action More...

My Thoughts on Today's EPA Proposal
By IntDevCommunities On Wednesday, June 4th, 2014
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CLINTON: My Thoughts on Today’s EPA Proposal

Today’s proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency to limit carbon emissions from power plants is important to our country’s future. Over the years, under both Republican and Democratic administrations, More...

Report on Estimation of Sediment Balance for the Sava River
By IntDevCommunities On Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
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Report on Estimation of Sediment Balance for the Sava River

The Estimation of Sediment Balance for the Sava River (BALSES) has been implemented by the core expert group. The sediment balance for the main Sava River course has been analysed, considering the input from the More...

Africa: UN Climate Chief Urges Greater Support for Developing Countries
By IntDevCommunities On Thursday, May 1st, 2014
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Africa: UN Climate Chief Urges Greater Support for Developing Countries

Highlighting local climate action happening on the ground in developing countries, the top United Nations climate official today called for greater international support to help these communities harness local More...

A new study on biosphere reserve management in Africa: the case of Pendjari Biosphere Reserve, Benin
By IntDevCommunities On Monday, April 14th, 2014
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A new study on biosphere reserve management in Africa: the case of Pendjari Biosphere Reserve, Benin

The study ‘Pendjari Biosphere Reserve Management: management methods and proposal for a conceptual model of sustainability’ (Gestion de la Réserve de Biosphère de la Pendjari: modes de gestion et proposition More...

Turning food waste into resource? – EU actions and forward thinking projects.  Welcome PlasCarb!
By IntDevCommunities On Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
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Turning food waste into resource? – EU actions and forward thinking projects. Welcome PlasCarb!

Food waste is food loss occurring during  the retail and final consumption stages due to the behaviour of  retailers and consumers – that is, the throwing away of food.1 This definition describes well what “food More...

OP-ED: Protect Elephants and Gorillas to Sustain Our Forests
By IntDevCommunities On Thursday, March 20th, 2014
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OP-ED: Protect Elephants and Gorillas to Sustain Our Forests

With Mar. 21 designated by the United Nations as the “International Day of Forests and the Tree”, Bradnee Chambers, the executive secretary of the U.N. Environment Programme Convention on Migratory Species, More...

Du maïs hybride pour améliorer la sécurité alimentaire des ménages
By IntDevCommunities On Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
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Du maïs hybride pour améliorer la sécurité alimentaire des ménages

Marie Nshimirimana, veuve et mère de 5 enfants, habite la commune de Giheta dans la province de Gitega, au centre du Burundi. Avec 9 autres exploitants de cette commune, elle a testé la variété de maïs hybride More...


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