Year 12 | 22 January 2020 | TO ENTER | TO REGISTER


New Chinese agricultural policy driving production scale and consumption

According to a recent report from Rabobank, China’s current agricultural system is based on small-scale production. Increasing the average scale of household farms to a level at which modern agricultural practices can be adopted will be therefore be key

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China fertilizer industry will grow

The growing population and consequently ensuring food supply would escalate the demand of fertilizers in China

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World Bank to support climate smart agriculture and urban transport

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved four loans totaling US$520 million to the People’s Republic of China to support development of climate-resilient sustainable agriculture, control of agricultural pollution, and improvement of the quality of life for rural and urban residents through provision of rural infrastructure and urban transport systems

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BioFach together with India Organic 2013, a success

A perfect platform for organic products suppliers.The exclusive trade show for organic products in India witnessed business enquiries worth INR 1720 million across all the three days

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Archaeologists discover largest, oldest wine cellar in Near East

Would you drink wine flavored with mint, honey and a dash of psychotropic resins? Ancient Canaanites did more than 3,000 years ago

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Asia’s food security challenge

Declining investments in agriculture and the effects of climate change has been the two major threats to food security

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Thriving demand for spice mixes and branded spices to drive India spices market

Changing consumer preferences including switching demand from straight spices to spice mixes and from unbranded to branded spices to boost the revenues in the spices market

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World Bank helps communities adapt to climate change risks

The Government of Tajikistan and the World Bank launched a project today valued at $16.88 million that aims to support sustainable management of natural resources in Tajikistan and increase the resilience of communities to climate change impacts

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Lighting Rural India: is feeder segregation the only answer?

A new World Bank report cautions against "One size fits all’ approach across states

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India wants to become olive oil producer

Is India ready to capture the international market for olive oil as commercial production of olive oil is all set to commence later this year?

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Manoj Kumar Menon elected as a board member to the IFOAM Asia Board

The mission of IFOAM Asia is to nurture and represent the organic movement in Asia in its cultural context and diversity

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Highly hazardous pesticides are very danger in developing countries

A tragedy in a school in India. In Bihar, 23 school children died after eating a school meal contaminated with monocrotophos

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