Topic: Agriculture

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'You're Wrong Donald!' 4 Reasons Trump's Immigration Plan Is Complete Nonsense

California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom shreds Trump's claims in clever video. Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall to stop illegal immigration on the...   [ continue reading...]

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New California Laws Are a Big Deal for People Who Care Where Their Pot Comes From

California just did it again. The state that in 1996 became the first in the nation to legalize medical marijuana has once more taken the lead in marijuana poli...   [ continue reading...]

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12 Surprising Foods With More Sugar Than a Krispy Kreme Donut

So much sugar is hiding in the American diet that a bowl of soup can amount to multiple donuts' worth of the sweet stuff. Sugar has become a supe...   [ continue reading...]

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Cuban Agroecological Project Foments Local Innovation

Armando Marcelino Pi divides his day between the university, where he teaches philosophy, work on his family farm, and coordinating a group of 33 agroecological...   [ continue reading...]

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Who’s most at risk from climate change? Not the people who caused it

Co.Exist reports: As climate change gets worse, the tiny African country of Eritrea might be one of the worst places in the world to live. Droughts and floods w...   [ continue reading...]

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Here’s How Bernie Sanders May Be Changing Politics for Good

Sometime in the late 1970s, after he'd divorced his college sweetheart, had a kid with another woman, lost four statewide elections, and been evicted from his h...   [ continue reading...]

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Juan Cole on the Middle East

Amitabh Pal Juan Cole is a prominent and prolific commentator on international affairs. A professor at the University of Michigan, he has written...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Good Governance Good For Development?

Jomo Kwame Sundaram, is the Coordinator for Economic and Social Development at the Food and Agriculture Organization and received the 2007 Wassily Leontief Priz...   [ continue reading...]

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The unrepresentative House: the inconvenient truth about our Members of Parliament

Is a prejudiced British electorate solely responsible for an unrepresentative House of Commons? Flickr/ UK Parliament. Some rights reserv...   [ continue reading...]

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Battlefield Wounds to Farm Tough: From Destroyer to Creator

He will judge between the nations, and will render verdicts for the benefit of many. They will beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning...   [ continue reading...]

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Farmworker Women Awarded $17 Million in Sexual Harassment Suit

In a landmark victory, a federal jury unanimously decided to award a $17 million settlement to five women farmworkers who were subjected to sexual harassment an...   [ continue reading...]

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China's Political Elite Take the Money and Run - Abroad

The Chinese government is keen to speak with one of its citizens, the brother of a former government official, who's hiding somewhere in the United States under...   [ continue reading...]

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A Worldwide Network of Seed Information Is Taking Root

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault as seen at dusk. (Photo: Global Crop Diversity Trust) As an increasingly bloody civil war raged around them, a team of scientist...   [ continue reading...]

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Deportation, Detention and Abuse on the Mexico-Guatemala Border

Undocumented migrants arrive at a ranch where they were transferred into a pick-up truck along the border between Guatemala and Mexico, July 3, 2014. (Photo: Me...   [ continue reading...]

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Do Interest-Free Loans Make Sense? No, but They Do Make a Difference

Neighbors are helping crowdfund the dreams of local entrepreneurs, giving community businesses the chance to expand with interest-free loans. (Photo: Growth via...   [ continue reading...]

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The Last Pig

The Last Pig journeys into the life of a pig farmer as he grapples with death, searches for compassion, and finally finds the courage to change. For over a d...   [ continue reading...]

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What it means to be a woman and a survivor of war in Kosovo

Social stigma, spotty enforcement of inheritance laws, and inconsistent government policies have all made things harder for female survivors of war in Kosovo, w...   [ continue reading...]

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The Beginning of the End of Salmon Farming in BC

When the Province of British Columbia recently issued the biggest salmon farm expansion in over a decade, they knew the public were not onboard with the decisio...   [ continue reading...]

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10 Countries With the World's Highest and Lowest Pot Prices

That gram that would cost you $1 in Montevideo goes for more than 20 times as much in Oslo. In a truly open global market, marijuana would behave lik...   [ continue reading...]

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Court Affirms Monsanto's Guilt in Poisoning of French Farmer

Sarah Lazare, staff writer A French court on Thursday upheld a prior ruling which found agrichemical giant Monsanto guilty of poisoning a farmer who inhaled t...   [ continue reading...]

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