The positive trend in organic agriculture seen in the past years is gaining more ground. Over 70 million hectares were organically managed at the end of 2018, a growth of nearly 3 per cent compared to 2017.

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Disturbed natural ecosystems can recover, but after short interventions, the composition of species often sees a permanent change. This is the conclusion drawn by an international study headed by the University of…

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Vietnamese and German scientists and businesses as well as representatives of Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (giz) kicked off a new innovative project 'Solar-Aquaculture Habitats as…

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Forests

The world’s forests are under threat. Forest fires and deforestation are reaching frightening proportions. Even though considerable progress has been made in reforestation, this cannot obscure the simple fact that, at…

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According to the report, the top five global risks over the next ten years in terms of likelihood are all environmental, including extreme weather events and major biodiversity loss.

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