Climate Change Just Opened a 'Gateway to the Underworld' in Siberia
In the heart of Siberia’s boreal forest gapes a monstrous chasm local Yakutians call a "gateway to the underworld."
The War on Stupid People
American society increasingly mistakes intelligence for human worth.
China is home to one-fifth of the world’s population, as well as one of the starkest divides between the rural and urban. As evidenced by this map, when split roughly in half, 94-procent of.....
During his annual end-of-year press conference, President Putin said the Russian agricultural production increased by at least four per cent in 2016. “Agriculture is experiencing a significant.....
Chile and Argentina strengthen collaboration in agriculture
On May 6, Prime Minister Abe Shinzō met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Russian resort town of Sochi. At a closely watched meeting described by US President Barack Obama as a potential threat to G7 unity, the leaders discussed economic ties and the question of the Russia-occupied Northern Territories. Russian affairs and intelligence specialist Satō Masaru gives his take on the summit and what it could hint at.
The state of New York experienced a hot, dry summer, and although that isnt unusual, the length of this one was. At Becker Farms in Gasport, Melinda Vazcarra has never seen anything like it......
Deepest aqueduct in South America growing crops in the desert | Fox News Latino
The Disadvantages of Being Stupid - The Atlantic. “Every society through history has picked some trait that magnifies success for some,” says Robert Sternberg, a professor of human development at Cornell University and an expert on assessing students’ traits. “We’ve picked academic skills.”
Research findings released April 28 show significant levels of misunderstanding about the realities of food production, namely that only 4% of adults surveyed in Europe correctly estimate that world food production must increase by 60% by 2050.Results of the survey conducted by YouGov Plc.....
PM Trudeau nicknamed ''little potato'' during China trip
An alliance between the Arslan family of Turkey and Murad Al-Katib of Saskatchewan has resulted in the world’s largest lentil processing company. In the back row from left to right is Huseyin Arslan, Murad Al-Katib and Hasan Arslan and seated in the front row is Mahmut Arslan. | AGT photo
Global Food Security conference - The Western Producer