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Food prices will soar and hundreds of millions will starve without urgent action to make major cuts in fossil fuel emissions. That is what is at stake here on the last day of the U.N. climate talks known as COP 18, scientists and activists say...
Friday 7 December 2012 Last Update 7 December 2012 1:37 am Global food markets face further volatility in 2013 as stocks and supply of key cereals have tightened, the UN food agency said, even as world food prices fell for a second month in November
The organisation says mixing biofuels with fossil fuels is forcing up food prices, making some essentials unaffordable for the world's poor. Instead, biofuels should be produced from used fats, farming waste and algae, the organisation says. Its
Jacque Williams, executive director of Ukiah Community Center and Ford Street Project Statistics provided by Jacque Williams, executive director of Ukiah Community Center and Ford Street Project, numbers that cause some pause for thought, are, as
Abdel Aziz Aluwaisheg Sunday 25 November 2012 Last Update 25 November 2012 3:32 am I AM sure many were surprised, as I was, when a leading Saudi newspaper published on its first page last week a report on accomplishments of a local company. The
Singapore is looking to develop urban farming to create more sustainable food sources In the middle of a concrete-covered housing estate in Singapore, Derrick Ng picks his way between the muddy rows of plants he is growing. Barely bigger than a
A Swiss study recently joined a chorus of claims that crop-produced biofuels are actually less green than they claim to be. Less than five per cent of all fuels used every year in Switzerland are biofuels. Nonetheless, these so-called green fuels'
Railway passengers find hike in food prices hard to digest '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' With the Indian Railways increasing the rates of food items in pantry cars by 25-40 per cent, passengers are finding the hike rather
Rising food prices are climate change's first tangible bite into UK lives The UK's dreadful harvest from a sodden summer is a warning that the impact of global warming is getting close to home Wheat grain harvested near Cambridge but the overall UK
Wet weather set to hit UK food prices The UK saw its wettest summer for a century, Met Office figures have shown Food prices look set to rise after poor UK harvests due to recent wet weather. The National Farmers' Union (NFU) said wheat yields in