Urine can contribute to increased food security
Human urine contains essential nutrients for plant growth. The aim of the FoodsecURe project is to increase food security among Ethiopian smallholders by mainstreaming a safe sanitation value chain surrounding the collection, treatment, transportation, and application of urine-based fertilizers.
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Lessons learned on environmental and sustainable food production in China
A new book based on the results of the international research project Sinograin II, gives insight into innovative and environment friendly farming practises.
How can the expectations for forests be met?
Now, scientists have used forest simulations and optimisation to identify the combination of forest management regimes that best balance the different ecosystem services and demands.
Growing your own vegetables makes you happier
A new survey on Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), or “shared farming” in Norway, shows that members experience increases inincreased quality of life and better physical and mental health.