World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought. UN, June 17, 2020 When the soil asks for help Desertification is the degradation of land in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas. It is caused primarily by human activities and climatic variations. Desertification does not refer to…View More World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought 2020.
International event highlights Villa Clara’s perspectives on food crops. Vanguard, December 13, 2016, Cuba. The specialists, from 21 countries of Asia, Oceania, Africa, Europe, Central America and the Caribbean, selected Santa Clara and the demonstration areas of the Institute of Research in Tropical Viandas of…View More International event highlights Villa Clara’s perspectives on food crops.
Climate Changing is threating Food production in Africa Content. Peoria Daily Science News, .Albany Daily Star. Africa’s food crops are currently in danger. Climate change is challenging food security in many parts of the world including Africa and if timed transformation in the continent isn’t…View More Climate Changing is threating Food production in Africa
Juan G.R. The Congo River can alleviate food crisis and migration to parts of Africa Water and Irrigation. Vol: 5, No. 1: 27-28, August 2014, Spain. The Congo River has a length of 4667 Kilometer and a basin area of 3.7 million km2, with an…View More The Congo River can alleviate food crisis and migration to parts of Africa
Food, energy and water demand integrated approach New Delhi. February 2014, India The populations and incomes continue to grow, the demand on food, energy and water demand was also growing, calling for efficient use of resources in all three areas and attention to the technological…View More Food, energy and water demand integrated approach
Increasing world population demand: higher water consumption, an increase of water stored, greater management of water sources, strategic handling of irrigation water, a larger sewage treatment, an increase in water infrastructure, an increase of irrigated areas, major scientific and technical activity.View More The world population sustainability demands more water available and agricultural production
Juan G. R. Effect of drought 2012 in India. Water and Irrigation. Volume: 3, No. 1: 15-16, November, 2012, Spain. Insufficient monsoon rains have triggered drought in India in 2012, decreased crop yields and drove up food prices, which have reduced the purchasing power in…View More Effect of drought 2012 in India.
Juan G. R. World production of cereals and grains challenges climate variability Water and Irrigation. Volume: 3, No. 1: 11-12, October, 2012, Spain. In late October 2012 there is a deficit in the global production of cereals and grains, large producers have been affected by…View More World production of cereals and grains challenges climate variability
Juan G. R. Spain needs to strengthen the economic situation of the agricultural sector. Water and Irrigation. Volume: 3, 1: 4-5, September, 2012, Spain The demographic growth of the world population, the rapid economic development of China and India caused considerable demand for water, fuel,…View More Spain needs to strengthen the economic situation of the agricultural sector.
Latin American and Caribbean countries reaffirm commitment to eradicating hunger FAO, Buenos Aires/Roma, 30/03/2012. Regional Conference also establishes priorities for FAO action in Latin American and the Caribbean In response to a call by FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva, countries of Latin America…View More Latin American and Caribbean countries reaffirm commitment to eradicating hunger
Juan G R. Haiti needs to increase the irrigation and drainage infrastructure to mitigate the food crisis. Water and Irrigation, Volume 1, Nº 1: 5-7, 2010, Spain. Haiti is badly damaged and now needs to be reconstructed, over two months of the earthquake more than…View More Haiti needs to increase the irrigation and drainage infrastructure to mitigate the food crisis
Juan G. R. The water and the crisis in world food production Alicante, 11/11/2008, Spain Currently the world’s population is estimated at 6700millones inhabitants of whom about 15%, have problems of hunger, so it is necessary to increase food production and reduce production costs, the…View More The water and the crisis in world food production