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The Caucasian bee is just one of the actors of the rich biodiversity of Armenia, Azerbaijan and...
Over 3 million people have signed a petition calling on world leaders to make the elimination of...
Sweden and the Netherlands became the first resource partners to provide funds to FAO’s new...
Indigenous people to be given a stronger voice at FAO following the adoption of a new policy...
The Forestry Department of FAO yesterday received an important Spanish award in recognition of its...
A growing number of countries are taking steps to catalogue, conserve and better manage the genetic...
The key to long-term food security lies in boosting investment in agriculture, particularly in low-...
In a bid to shed new light on illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, a FAO Technical...
Prices in most commodities in 2010 up sharply from 2009, meaning harder times ahead according to...
Under-nourishment will continue to plague much of the population of the Democratic People’s...
Quick-reference crop calendar for 43 African countries and 283 agricultural zones from drylands to...
FAO Director-General Jacques Diouf has been awarded the Action against Hunger Humanitarian Award in...
Farmers around the world are adopting new ways of producing food that both help cope with climate...
A deadly viral disease which broke out in Tanzania earlier this year risks spreading to southern...
Agriculture in developing countries must become 'climate-smart' in order to cope with the combined...

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