Digital Tools Complement Organic Farming at Islamic School in Indonesia

25 Juni 2022 Asupan Warta / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Orange trees growing with the help of a digital watering system attached to the water tank on the right side. Al Ittifaq farm, Ciwidey, West Java, Indonesia. Credit: Kompas By Kafil YaminCIWIDEY, West Java, Indonesia, Jun 24 2022 (IPS) It appears to be business as usual at the Al-Ittifaq pesantren, […]

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Impasse over Russian blockade of Ukraine’s grain fuels global food crisis (ABC Radio-Australia) 

24 Juni 2022 Asupan Warta / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Impasse over Russian blockade of Ukraine’s grain fuels global food crisis (ABC Radio-Australia)  Jun 24, 2022 Jun 23, 2022 pfowlkes Fri, 06/24/2022 – 12:55 Impasse over Russian blockade of Ukraine’s grain fuels global food crisis (ABC Radio-Australia)  Impasse over Russian blockade of Ukraine’s grain fuels global food crisis (ABC Radio-Australia)  […]

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World: UN agencies commit to the Secretary-General’s newly launched Action Agenda on Internal Displacement

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Country: World Sources: International Organization for Migration, UN Development Programme, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Comprising the Steering Group on Solutions to Internal Displacement, five agencies will step up their own engagement and embody the collaborative spirit called for in the Action […]

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Conservation science needs to shift from a view of how animals can benefit us

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Photo: Pixabay/Nickbar The accelerating loss of other species around the globe is so extensive that many experts now refer to it as the sixth mass extinction. It’s driven in large part by an unprecedented loss of vital ecosystems such as forests and wetlands, the result of social and economic systems that […]

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‘What do we do when another disaster hits?’ Afghans face crises on all fronts after quake kills 1,000

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Aid groups scrambled on Thursday to reach victims of a powerful earthquake that rocked eastern Afghanistan, killing more than 1,000 people in an area blighted by poor infrastructure, as the country faces dire economic and hunger crises.

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The world has a new weapon: it’s called ‘fertilizer’ | Opinion (Newsweek) 

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The world has a new weapon: it’s called ‘fertilizer’ | Opinion (Newsweek)  Jun 23, 2022 Jun 20, 2022 pfowlkes Thu, 06/23/2022 – 15:18 The world has a new weapon: it’s called ‘fertilizer’ | Opinion (Newsweek)  The world has a new weapon: it’s called ‘fertilizer’ | Opinion (Newsweek)  Global In the […]

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World: Africa leads ground-breaking commitments to end malaria and neglected tropical diseases by 2030

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Country: World Source: Roll Back Malaria The Kigali Summit on Malaria and NTDs featured pledges totalling more than $4 billion, with endemic countries committing more than $2.2 billion in domestic resources towards ending these diseases.

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New and Old Afghan Refugees Make the Best of Life in Neighbouring Pakistan

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A man sells poultry in Refugees Market, Peshawar, on 17 June. Credit: Ashfaq Yusufzai/IPS. By Ashfaq YusufzaiPESHAWAR, Jun 23 2022 (IPS) “We came here in 1979 after Russia’s invasion of Afghanistan. My children and grandchildren have grown up here and they don’t want to go back to that war-ravaged country. […]

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Sri Lanka’s economy has ‘completely collapsed,’ Prime Minister says

23 Juni 2022 Asupan Warta / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Sri Lanka’s economy has “completely collapsed,” Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said Wednesday, as the crisis-hit nation faces an increasingly dire situation that has left millions struggling with fuel, electricity and food shortages.

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Rivers worldwide are contaminated by pharmaceuticals

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Photo: Pixabay/birgl  Pharmaceuticals have long been known to make their way into waterways where they then end up posing threats to biodiversity, but now the true extent of the problem has been revealed by scientists. Researchers at the University of York in the United Kingdom tested nearly 260 rivers worldwide […]

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