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Next Generation - The Impact of COVID-19 on the Future of Food Systems in Africa

On Apr 8, 2020
@farmingfirst shared
How will #COVID19 impact the future of food systems in #Africa? @ChicagoCouncil explores the importance of #digital technologies across the agri-value chain to secure #African farmers with the information that will help with food production 👇 https://t.co/bYW1UMVoFL
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COVID-19 will exacerbate issues revealed by the locust swarm in Eastern Africa. In both cases, however, an integrated approach that leverages technology could avert disaster. 

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On Apr 8, 2020
@farmingfirst shared
How will #COVID19 impact the future of food systems in #Africa? @ChicagoCouncil explores the importance of #digital technologies across the agri-value chain to secure #African farmers with the information that will help with food production 👇 https://t.co/bYW1UMVoFL
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Next Generation - The Impact of COVID-19 on the Future of Food Systems in Africa

COVID-19 will exacerbate issues revealed by the locust swarm in Eastern Africa. In both cases, however, an integrated approach that leverages technology could avert disaster. 



On Apr 6, 2020
@farmingfirst shared
How are farmers helping drive the #SDGs? At the annual @UN Committee on World Food Security (#CFS46) last year, we asked sixth-generation farmer Pam Johnson just that. Check out how she’s adopting more sustainable farming practices here 👇 https://t.co/gXhrKOA206
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CFS46: How are farmers helping drive the SDGs?

At CFS46, we talked to sixth-generation Iowan farmer Pam Johnson about how sustainable farming is a continual learning process, how scientific innovations ar...

On Apr 4, 2020
@CivilEats shared
Looking for some new reads? Here's what was on our 2019 Food and Farming winter book list https://t.co/4WL0RQYgFH https://t.co/Zh3Jc3eLSw
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Our 2019 Food and Farming Holiday Book Gift Guide

We read, reviewed, and recommend more than 30 food and farming books for your gift-giving pleasure.

On Apr 9, 2020
@Greenpeace shared
RT @greenpeaceindia: Our solidarity and gratitude go to those on the #COVID2019 crisis frontlines. Through community support, we can overcome this. https://t.co/uIwJieAjJC
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Together let us build a clean, green and equitable community in response to COVID-19 pandemic

Food nutrition, clean air, housing, sanitation and water are prerequisites to robust public health

On Apr 8, 2020
@oxfutureoffood shared
RT @FCRNetwork: Why the beef with UK livestock? In this new FCRN blog post, @ellenifletcher discusses the need to distinguish between local and global scales in discussions on food sustainability, in response to a popular post from @OurWorldInData. https://t.co/1b1nCBwySB https://t.co/yd8JvzpiQ7
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FCRN Blogs

The message behind the publication is seemingly simple: eating locally produced food makes very little difference to your carbon footprint as the relative contribution of transport in ...

On Apr 9, 2020
@foodtank shared
RT @StepneyCityFarm: Thanks to @foodtank who included us in their article on 28 Innovative Livestock Farmers Who are Shaping the Future of Protein. To discover more see the article below: https://t.co/DZXcwFxpHa #innovativefarmers #stepneycityfarm #cityfarm #foodwaste #foodtank
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28 Innovative Livestock Farmers Who are Shaping the Future of Protein

They believe properly managed livestock can regenerate the environment and produce better quality meat, dairy, and eggs.

On Apr 6, 2020
@bioneers shared
Responses to the crisis should pave the way to a paradigm shift, introducing processes that regenerate the health of people and planet. @drvandanashiva https://t.co/SuDV1uOccy
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Ecological Reflections on the Coronavirus

Responses to the crisis should pave the way to a paradigm shift, introducing processes that regenerate the health of people and planet.

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