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Average temperatures in high elevation areas have risen twice as fast as the global average, causing more river runoff and sediment flows, and the trend could worsen – ScienceDaily

Rivers flowing from the Tibetan Plateau and the surrounding high Asian mountains that are home to one-third of the world’s population have seen a rapid increase in annual water and sediment runoff since the 1990s, and the volume of sediment washed downstream. could more than double by 2050 under the worst case scenario, a team […]

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Bradford Rohingya AROUK Charity to Host Film, Food & Entertainment Event This Weekend as Part of Platforma Festival

A BRADFORD charity will be hosting an ‘educate and inspire’ event this weekend, bringing together people from different communities in the district. AROUK, an organization that supports the Rohingya community, will host the event at the Delius Arts and Cultural Center as part of the month-long Platforma festival. Mohammed Amin is the co-founder and international […]

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The raging hunger in India, a food-surplus nation, has complex factors at play, including pandemic disruption, writes ALI Chougule

Hunger is one of the biggest crises the world faces. According to World Health Organization 2018 estimates, more than 820 million people did not have enough to eat. While the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the crisis of poverty and hunger around the world, in India the situation looks rather grim. In the recently released Global […]

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Changing eating habits, reducing rice consumption: Minister of Agriculture

Agriculture Minister Dr Abdur Razzaque today urged the country’s people to gradually change their eating habits and eat other nutritious foods and fruits, thereby reducing the consumption of rice. “Per capita rice consumption in Bangladesh is 400 grams per day, which is the highest in the world. In many countries, the average consumption of rice […]

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Green farming brings rural Bangladesh to life

Today, 28-year-old Nasreen is a successful businesswoman. From her home in the Bangladesh countryside, she runs a thriving ecological farm, which supports the local ecosystem and does not use chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Its chemical-free vegetables reach customers in urban areas, thanks to the electronic platforms on which it is active. And as a participant […]