The Great Green Wall: the ecological project that will cross the African continent. Oriane Fléchaire June 24, 2016. The Great Green Wall was an African political decision of 2005 to build a tree barrier over 7,000 kilometers long and 15 meters wide that crosses the…View More The Great Green Wall that will cross the African continent.
Olive cultivation Letter to the editor: Inamul Haq The Express Tribune, May 14, 2016, Pakistan. As Pakistan faces increasingly erratic weather patterns associated with climate change, peasants in arid regions here are going for drought-resilient crops like olives. Olive cultivation is very apt for arid…View More Olive cultivation
Vegetable farmers in Kulungungu hit by acute water shortage. Business News, ghanaweb.com, 18 February 2016, Ghana Vegetable farmers at Kulungungu in the Pusiga District of the Upper East Region face the risk of losing their crops to harsh weather conditions. They are unable to irrigate…View More Vegetable farmers in Kulungungu hit by acute water shortage.
Government prepares for the next day strip prices for rice. Newspaper La República, August 27, 2015, Bogotá. The mechanism will be applied in Colombia for rice price range, it aims to stabilize producer prices and prevent price rises affecting consumers. The rise of the dollar…View More Strip prices for rice prepares Colombian Government
Status of wetlands in Spain. Ecologists in Action, Nature, World Wetlands Day, 2015, Spain. Clearly the situation in which its find most wetlands in Spain, in recent decades have gone 60% of the wetlands of the Spanish State due to desiccation and occupations produced by…View More Status of wetlands in Spain.
The World Day to Combat Desertification 2015 Theme: Attainment of food security for all throught sustainable food systems. 17 June, 2015. The World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD) is observed worldwide on 17 June every year. The focus this year is “attainment of food security…View More World Day to Combat Desertification
Prolonged drought, rising temperatures and coffee rust, the growing crisis in Central America Posted by John Magrath Programme Researcher Oxfam, 5 Dec 2014, Great Britain. Increasingly severe climate conditions are having a devastating impact on food security and livelihoods in Central America. The prolonged droughts…View More Prolonged drought, rising temperatures and coffee rust, the growing crisis in Central America
The agricultural sector exacerbated the crisis by the lack of water and hailstones Monday, May 19, 2014, Mendoza, Argentina. In the town of San Rafael in the province of Mendoza, the need to produce raw material to provide a few canneries that are working in…View More The agricultural sector exacerbated the crisis by the lack of water and hailstones
Juan G. R. The high cost of electricity keeps hitting farm profitability Water and Irrigation . Vol : 5, No. 1 : 11-12 , April, 2014 , Spain . The rising cost of electricity in Spain plus up the cost per kWh . electricity consumption…View More The high cost of electricity keeps hitting farm profitability
Avila C.J.M., Diaz G.A.F. and Paneque P.M.J. Evaluation soybean cultivars in combating climate change. Water and Irrigation . Vol : 5, No. 1 : 7-10 , March, 2014 , Spain . City University Filial Puerto Padre, Las Tunas University , email@example.com The results showed that…View More Evaluation soybean cultivars in combating climate change.
Changes in rainy season at Barbuda wreaks havoc on crops. Prensa Latina, Havana. Changes in the rainy season on the island of Barbuda , is wreaking havoc on crops in this small Caribbean territory . Dry periods in Barbuda are becoming more widespread especially in…View More Changes in rainy season at Barbuda wreaks havoc on crops.
Marapi , R. Climate change impacts on agriculture Posted by CEPES in : The Agrarian Journal 150 , April 2013 , Peru The impacts of climate change on agricultural production are still a matter of debate, given the complexity of the issue and the lack…View More Climate change impacts on agriculture
Water policy in Mexico must contribute to food security. 08.19.13, Mexico. Conagua Increasing irrigation technology in agriculture to make it more sustainable and increase productivity, must be one of the basic objectives of water policy in Mexico, the Mexican agriculture can drive social and economic…View More Water policy in Mexico must contribute to food security.
Russia lost 7.3% of crops by drought Economy, August 14, 2012. RIA Novosti. Moscow. The drought destroyed in 2012, the 7.3% of crops in Russia, the damage caused exceeds 1,000 million dollars, said the Minister of Agriculture of Russia, Nikolai Fyodorov, in a meeting which…View More Russia lost 7.3% of crops by drought