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Planting flowers beside food crops on farms in India attracts bees, boosts pollination and improves crop yield and quality, researchers have found. A group of researchers from the University of Reading and the M S Swaminathan Research Foundation explored the marriage of companion flowers, buzzing bees, and enhanced crop yields, unveiling a tapestry of sustainable agricultural practices.

Women’s Equality in Agrifood to Boost Economy

Empowering women and ensuring gender equality in agrifood systems reduces hunger, boosts the economy, and reinforces resilience to shocks like climate change and COVID-19 pandemic, according to new report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have issued a dire warning regarding the worsening situation of acute food insecurity in 18 hunger hotspots across 22 countries and territories, including 2 regional clusters. This alarming trend is expected to continue from November 2023 to April 2024.

Better Food Systems Need of the Hour for Stronger Economy

The countries that tackle food crisis or better their food system deliver a stronger economy, better livelihoods for a more inclusive set...
circular economy; IUCN

How Circular Economy Benefits Environment?

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has found that circular economy has important potential benefits for nature, but needs to...
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Global Economy to Slow Down With Energy Crisis Out of Ukraine War

Global economy is expected to further slow down in the coming year as the massive and historic energy shock triggered by Russia-...
Creative Economy, a New Path to Development

Creative Economy, a New Path to Development

Creative economy, which is one of the world’s fastest-growing sectors, offers a feasible development option to all countries, especially developing economies, according...
In the face of escalating global temperatures, experts from the University of Birmingham are advocating for the formal recognition of cooling and cold chain systems as critical infrastructure. The report, titled "The Hot Reality: Living in a +50°C World," underscores the essential role of cooling in adapting to climate change and proposes measures to address the challenges posed by extreme heat.

Focus On Circular Economy For Overcoming Climate Crisis; UN

The world, faced with a triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution and waste, needs to focus on “circular...
Explore the UN's Global Economic Outlook 2024, revealing a projected slowdown in global growth. Discover the challenges posed by high interest rates, conflicts, and climate disasters, and learn how bold investments are crucial for sustainable development and climate action

Global Economy To Grow Down Than Expected

The global economy is expected to grow 3.1 per cent in 2022, down from the 4.0 per cent forecast in January, largely...
Explore the UN's Global Economic Outlook 2024, revealing a projected slowdown in global growth. Discover the challenges posed by high interest rates, conflicts, and climate disasters, and learn how bold investments are crucial for sustainable development and climate action

Good news as World Economy To Bounce Back

The world economy is expected to bounce back this year with an estimated growth of 5.3 per cent, the fastest in nearly five decades,...
Adapting Policies Could reduce Plastic Pollution by 80 Per cent

Plastic Cleaning Up Drains The Economy

The pollution, emissions and clean up costs of plastic produced in 2019 alone could be over 3.7 trillion dollar, which is more than the...
Explore the UN's Global Economic Outlook 2024, revealing a projected slowdown in global growth. Discover the challenges posed by high interest rates, conflicts, and climate disasters, and learn how bold investments are crucial for sustainable development and climate action

Most Indians Believe Economy To Recover Next Year

Covid 19 disrupted the whole world and people are getting back to normal life slowly. Similar is the situation in India, which is entering...