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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Famine we could avoid
Is climate change and/or drought to blame for 10 million people on the brink of starvation in the Horn of Africa?
Local communities protect their Amazon
Residents in one of Peru's most deforested regions adopted 267,133 hectares of state-owned land and are working to conserve it.
All they wished for was meat and soda
Food prices are again making headlines worldwide and Ugandans, already strapped with drought and devalued currency, felt the effects this holiday season.
Indonesian drought, Kenyan flooding
When a drought hits Indonesia, there could be flooding later in Kenya, due to a phenomenon called the Indian Ocean Dipole.
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