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A Familiar Fight Gets Tougher

(Punta del Este, 31 October 2012) A major overhaul of water management strategies in developing countries will...

‘Real farmers are not part of the Cauvery agitation’ –

In this interview, Professor S Janakrajan of the Madras Institute of development Studies, talks about how the... Nigeria: Bracing Up for Food Crisis After the Floods –

Although Adesina disagrees with Mailafia, saying: "the team that came for a meeting with me today, I... Global flood hotspots being identified

A research project established jointly by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security...

Aditi Mukherji receives Norman Borlaug Award

Dr. Aditi Mukherji was formally presented with the Norman Borlaug Award for Field Research and Application on... The second Green Revolution

Just over a month ago, Ambassador Kenneth Quinn, the Chairman of the World Food Prize called me... Commentary – A five-pronged strategy to revitalizing Asia’s public irrigation systems

This commentary is part of a series organized by The Chicago Council's Global Agricultural Development Initiative and... The current global market system means that rich nations are literally sucking the developing world dry.

This is done via wealthy, mostly Western, nations manufacturing water-intensive products in poor countries. For example, it...