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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
From ashes to honey: nuclear alternatives
The work of filmmaker Hitomi Kamanaka examines the reasons for which she thinks Japan should reconsider its focus on nuclear energy.
Japan’s next generation of renewable energy
Our World 2.0 attended the Yokohama Renewable Energy Exhibition recently to see how Japanese technology in the sector is progressing.
Brazil, bio-fuel and beef
Bechara Saab, a Brazilian rancher in the state of Paraná, has developed a way to convert a cheap waste product into feed for his cattle.
Feeding the nine billion
Food prices have fallen significantly from their peak last year, but that doesn’t mean that policymakers should feel relieved.
Welcome to Our World 2.0
Our World 2.0 is a webzine and video brief series from UN University focusing on climate change, oil, food and biodiversity.
What in the world is propelling food prices?
The reason for escalating food prices is complex, and in the end, the solutions are not going to be simple.
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