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Africa Seeks to Keep its Brain Power
9 March, 2016 In a meeting that began yesteday, more than 700 persons, researchers, decision-makers, industrialists and heads of state, are tracing a future path for science (...)
Artificial rain: miracle cure or sorcerer’s trick?
Currently, we reopen the debate on cloud seeding to induce rain, a return to a practice of questionable efficacy and with consequences unknown to a divided scientific (...)
Climate. It is less talk and more action for China
The country has not yet announced its commitments regarding the reduction of greenhouse gases. Yet, matters have already progressed on the ground. Yesterday, today, tomorrow? (...)
To feed the planet, can humanity go beyond industrial-scale agriculture?
Discussion between Thomas Diemer, president of Jeunes agriculteurs, France’s Young Farmers Association, and Marc Dufumier, agricultural engineer and Emeritus Professor at (...)
Global Agricultural Model In Bitter Balance
Olivier De Schutter is leaving his post as UN special rapporteur on the right to food. He has assessed a precarious relationship between our agricultural model and the role of (...)

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