17.06.2019

On the occasion of World Oceans Day, German NGOs discussed the difficult balance between using and protecting the marine ecosystem.

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A fungus genetically engineered to produce spider toxin can crush populations of malaria-spreading mosquitoes, according to a study hailed as a breakthrough by international scientists battling to combat the disease.

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Investing in sustainable agriculture in the countries of Africa was at the centre of a series of presentations organised by “Junge DLG” at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart/Germany.

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Nexus

03.04.2019

Recurring crises and protracted conflicts world-wide have become the new normal and are leading to fragility, insecurity and migration. Since refugees flee from their insecure region to a less fragile one, the demands in the new...

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The world’s population continues to increase states a new UN Report. World population is expected to reach 9.7 billion in 2050, while growth rates differ considerably from region to region and some countries are even experiencing...

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