Uniindia: Hyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soudararajan has said that sustainable agriculture is vital to ensure food security for future generations.
Only fraction of metals, minerals, fossil fuels, and biomass extracted each year is reused, tipping planet towards ecological disaster, report warns…
As a leading merchant of green coffee, we are well-placed to help smallholder farmers address the challenges and make their production more sustainable and profitable.
Most of us on earth now live in cities. By 2050, more than two-thirds of us will. And by the end of this century, demographers predict, 85% of the world’s population will live in cities. By then, demographers estimate, cities like Lagos in Nigeria and Mumbai in India will have 60 million or more inhabitants, and much of the world’s urban growth will be in Africa. What will this mean for climate change, and how will climate change affect growing urban populations? Much depends on whether smart decisions are made now about how expanding cities develop, and how existing cities—especially in energy-intensive countries like the United States—adjust to be more climate-friendly.