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  • Obituary: Errol Douglas 'Doug' Baldwin (1938-2022) K年1月21日 E6時58分 Stuff In 1970, Fieldays was in its third year of existence. Doug Baldwin, a founding member, had done as much as anyone to make the event a reality. A success from the outset, the agricultural event had attracted the attention of the royal family. In March of …
  • Don Bishop Remembered K年1月21日 E1時17分 Sangre de Cristo Sentinel - Colorado Donald Vincent Bishop, 82, a resident of Silver Cliff, passed away on Tuesday, December 28, 2021. He was born in Logan, New Mexico on December 29, 1938, to Kenneth and Mildred Bishop. He is preceded in death by his parents, sister Ana Lee (Ed) Gonyou, …
  • Simon Nkoli, Queer South African Freedom Fighter K年1月20日 E10時08分 Georgia Voice Today, I celebrate South Africa’s epoch-making freedom fighter Simon Tseko Nkoli (1957–1998), who triumphed in struggles for queer rights, HIV/AIDS advocacy, and apartheid’s dismantling.   Born in the township of Soweto in South Africa, Simon’s life …
  • Yathonga Station picks up two Jemalong irrigation farms K年1月20日 E2時13分 Farm Weekly THE purchase of two versatile mixed irrigation farms in the heart of the Lachlan Valley was primarily about succession planning for wool growers Stuart and Gabbie Le Lievre and their family, of Yathonga Station at Louth in north western NSW. The Jemalong …
  • INDEX BIOSYSTEMS ANNOUNCES KEY ADDITIONS TO ITS MANAGEMENT TEAM, BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD K年1月19日 E3時09分 Tradingcharts.com TORONTO, Jan. 19, 2022 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- Remi Schmaltz, Vincent Martin and Micah Siegel are all committing to the success of Index Biosystems Index Biosystems (Index) announced today the formal addition of Remi Schmaltz as Vice President of …
  • Project to breed climate resilient sheep shares £500,000 of funding K年1月19日 E1時51分 Press and Journal A project to breed climate resilient sheep is among a group of 10 projects to share £500,000 in funding as part of efforts to make UK farming more sustainable. UK farm levy body, the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), and the …
  • Department Of Agriculture Working With Farmers To Strengthen Measures To Deal With Praedial Larceny And Dog Attacks K年1月18日 E12時49分 ZIZ Basseterre, St. Kitts, January 14, 2022 (SKNIS): During the January 12, 2022 edition of SKNIS’s ‘Working For You’, representatives from the Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Health, and the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force were guests to …
  • Climate change is creating security threats around the world – and militaries are responding K年1月17日 E7時24分 The Conversation The British military is currently “too slow and resistant to change”, according to Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, the UK’s chief of defence staff. The urgent always takes priority over the important. But in the context of one of the world’s biggest security …
  • The Romans Used to Crucify Dogs K年1月16日 E10時33分 EIN Presswire Archaeologists in Italy have unearthed a 2,000-year-old dog-headed statue beneath a busy street in Rome. The small terracotta statue was found as part of excavations of a funerary complex on the ancient Via Latina in the city’s Appio Latino district. Ever …
  • Obituary: Tom Clark, police officer who became Orkney minister dies aged 78 K年1月16日 E8時40分 EIN Presswire Tom Clark moved from the police ranks to the pulpit but considered both callings vehicles to help others. He worked closely with those struggling with drink and drugs problems in city tower blocks, and then went on to bring together different denominations …
  • AP News Digest 2 p.m. K年1月16日 E4時39分 EIN Presswire Here are the AP’s latest coverage plans, top stories and promotable content. All times EST. For up-to-the minute information on AP’s coverage, visit Coverage Plan at https://newsroom.ap.org. ——————————————— TO OUR CUSTOMERS ——————————————— AP …
  • MRSA arose in hedgehogs long before antibiotic use K年1月13日 E4時57分 University of Cambridge News Staphylococcus aureus first developed resistance to the antibiotic methicillin around 200 years ago, according to a large international collaboration including the University of Cambridge, the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Denmark’s Serum Statens Institut and …
  • Hashir Faruqi: A legendary Muslim Journalist K年1月12日 E12時12分 Milli Gazette With the demise of Mohammed Hashir Faruqi, the world not only lost an eminent journalist but a thinker, humanist, and a voice of reason. The 92-year-old frail-looking but giant of a truthful writer left this world from his temporary residence in London on …
  • Kingdom of Judah’s Temple and Royal Treasuries Revealed K年1月9日 E1時57分 The Jewish Press Archaeologists researching dozens of clay sealings (clay seal impressions) recovered during the sifting of Temple Mount soil and the excavations at the Ophel Park (adjacent to the Southern Wall of the Temple Mount) have successfully identified evidence of …
  • Report on 4th Plenary Meeting of 8th C.C., WPK K年1月7日 E4時31分 The Herald (Zimbabwe) The Herald Let Us Strive for Our Great State’s Prosperity and Development and Our People’s Wellbeing Pyongyang, (KCNA) — The 4th Plenary Meeting of the 8th Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) was held at the Party Central Committee …
  • Meet the snow hunters tracking melt in Scotland's mountains K年1月7日 E11時43分 Deutsche Welle From a distance, the snow patch looks brilliant white, but up close it's pitted with gray stones and grit from the cliffs above. Despite its scruffy appearance, snow hunter Iain Cameron is delighted to find this fragment in October.  Below the rocky …
  • COVID fallout hit farmers hard – they need better mental health support K年1月7日 E10時40分 The Conversation A farmer’s lot is not an easy one. A difficult and demanding way of life, farming involves a huge range of challenges and stresses – among them isolation, climate change, and disease outbreaks in crops and livestock. A recent survey of 15,296 farmers …
  • Superbug MRSA emerged in hedgehogs before antibiotic use: Study K年1月6日 E2時32分 Tradingcharts.com Jan 06, 2022 (MENAFN via COMTEX) -- (MENAFN - IANS) London, Jan 6 (IANS) Scientists have found evidence that a type of the antibiotic resistant superbug MRSA arose in nature long before the use of antibiotics in humans and livestock, which has …
  • MRSA superbugs emerged on hedgehogs around 200 years ago K年1月6日 E3時25分 Medical News Scientists have found evidence that a type of the antibiotic resistant superbug MRSA arose in nature long before the use of antibiotics in humans and livestock, which has traditionally been blamed for its emergence. Hedgehogs carry a fungus and a bacteria …
  • Manitoulin Secondary School distributes over $50,000 in student awards K年1月5日 E8時48分 Manitoulin Expositor M’CHIGEENG – The 2022 Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) Awards Night ceremonies were once again truncated by the strictures of the pandemic, but undaunted, the Manitoulin Island community once again rose to the occasion by contributing over $50,000 in …
  • Vegan dog food grows in popularity among eco-conscious pet owners K年1月5日 E4時37分 Irish Times Consumer concerns about health and the environment are spurring the rise of a new meat-free category: pet food. Amid growing pet ownership fuelled by the pandemic, owners want to apply their own dietary habits and values to their animals, and are willing …
  • Superbug MRSA arose in hedgehogs long before clinical use of antibiotics K年1月5日 E4時07分 PhysOrg Staphylococcus aureus first developed resistance to the antibiotic methicillin around 200 years ago, according to a large international collaboration including the University of Cambridge, the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Denmark's Serum Statens Institut …
  • Khupe, Prof Welshman Ncube Feature On Matabeleland’s Top 100 Achievers and Influencers in 2021 K年1月5日 E11時47分 Zim Eye Khupe, Prof Welshman Ncube Feature On Matabeleland’s Top 100 Achievers and Influencers in 2021 The Matabeleland Elders Forum (MEF) in conjunction with Real Politics (RP), a social media group that is comprised of leaders from different persuasions in life …
  • Quick Takes: Farm to table, drought recovery, stover to natural gas K年1月4日 E10時55分 FarmProgress The Farm to Table Task Force recently presented a set of recommendations to the state Legislature of Iowa. Commissioned in 2021 by the Legislature to identify strategies to improve the farm-to-table supply chain in the state, the task force had a special …
  • Why this climate-resilient coffee may be just what farmers need K年1月4日 E5時14分 Christian Science Monitor Although there are about 130 known species of coffee in the world, almost all of what we consume comes from the beans of just two – arabica and robusta. Neither are particularly resilient when it comes to climate change.  So several years ago, researchers …
  • Yedlin: Let's apply Calgary's can-do attitude to resurrecting the new arena deal K年1月4日 E12時51分 Calgary Herald Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists Author of the article: Deborah Yedlin Rendering of the proposed Calgary event centre, which will replace the Scotiabank Saddledome, released on Oct. 29, 2021. Photo by Courtesy DIALOG Article content Once upon a time, …
  • Why poor succession planning can impact mental health K年1月3日 E12時24分 Farmers Weekly Numerous aspects of farming can negatively impact upon mental health, but the one many might not have drawn a line to is the eternal pressures surrounding succession. Though succession is an issue that is addressed more now than it was previously, there’s …
  • The newest L.A. and O.C. museum exhibitions to see in January K年12月31日 E11時19分 Los Angeles Times - California “Mapping Fiction” at the Huntington, new “Hammer Projects” by Ho Tzu Nyen and noé olivas and a salute to a little-known Black comic-book superhero at UCR Arts lead our January list of exhibitions across Southern California. Check back here for weekly …
  • Fun Things To Do in NJ in January: Music, Family Events and More K年12月31日 E9時34分 New Jersey Monthly Happy new year! Check out these events and activities set to happen all over New Jersey this January. Please note that all schedules are subject to change; please visit the venue’s website or call for more information. Art Jeanne Silverthorne: What’s Going …
  • The strange case of the Christchurch Horse Fiend K年12月31日 E6時42分 Stuff This story is featured on Stuff’s The Long Read podcast. Check it out by hitting the play button below, or find it on podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts. They thought that Royal George​ was killed some time between 10pm and 4am. …
  • The Brandon Sun's top 30 stories of the year K年12月31日 E2時00分 Brandon Sun It was another chaotic year in Canada and western Manitoba. There were fires, elections, high-profile resignations, leadership campaigns and subsequent lawsuits, on top of a full year of COVID-19. From the rollout of vaccines to Canadians, mandates, travel …
  • Who are the recipients of the New Year Honours K年12月30日 E11時38分 Stuff Top athletes, our last remaining member of the Māori Battalion, and the numerous heroes of our local communities are among our New Year Honours. Here is a list of the recipients in full: THE NEW ZEALAND ORDER OF MERIT: DAMES COMPANION Lisa Marie Carrington …
  • New Year Honours list announced for 2022 K年12月30日 E6時34分 RNZ The New Year Honours list has been announced today and it includes a top police officer, a mosque attack survivor, an advocate for victims of family and sexual violence and one of the MIQ founders. From top left: Farid Ahmed, Detective Superintendent Peter …
  • South Island has six new Companions of the NZ Order of Merit K年12月30日 E4時36分 Stuff ​​​​ They are the leading lights in their field, now six South Islanders has been recognised for their achievements in the New Year Honours. Drawn from education, health, science and sport, the individuals have been made Companions of the New Zealand Order …
  • Robert H. Grubbs, Caltech Nobel Prize winner who revolutionized green chemistry, dies K年12月30日 E12時22分 Los Angeles Times - California Robert H. Grubbs, the Caltech Nobel Prize winner whose methods of breaking apart molecules and rebuilding them according to specification revolutionized the field of organic chemistry, has died at 79. Exploiting a process known as metathesis, in which …
  • About Enugu State, Nigeria K年12月29日 E8時04分 Media Nigeria The Slogan Coal City State Date Of Creation 27 August 1991 Geography Enugu State is one of the states in the eastern part of Nigeria located at the foot of the Udi Plateau. The state shares borders with Abia State and Imo State to the south, Ebonyi State …
  • A full of the newest additions and promotions to the Order of Canada K年12月29日 E4時49分 Medicine Hat News By The Canadian Press on December 29, 2021. OTTAWA – Rideau Hall has released the names of the newest additions to, and promotions in the Order of Canada. Here is the list with each hometown and citation. Companions Yann Martel (Saskatoon, Sask.): For his …
  • Alexander McDonald Allan was 'The Fruit King of Canada' K年12月28日 E9時17分 Clinton News Record Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Column Author of the article: David Yates  •  For the Signal Star Alexander McDonald Allan "The Fruit King of Canada" c. 1889. The Canadian Horticulturalist jpg, CN Article content Alexander McDonald Allan was …
  • Lawmakers Plan To Revive Old Bills For Future Of Food And Farming K年12月27日 E11時25分 Honolulu Civil Beat - Hawaii The recipe for getting more local food into schools is set for a rewrite when the Legislature returns to work next month. Passed last session, House Bill 817 mandated state agencies to begin a graduated scheme to eventually source 50% of their food in- …
  • Engineering the future: meet the Africa prize shortlist innovators K年12月27日 E10時18分 The Guardian From a solar-powered crib that treats jaundiced babies to fibre made from water hyacinth that absorbs oil spills, innovators from nine African countries have been shortlisted for the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2022 Africa prize. This year half of the …
  • Robert H. Grubbs, 79, Dies; His Chemistry Breakthrough Led to a Nobel K年12月24日 E5時27分 The New York Times Robert H. Grubbs, an American chemist who helped find a way to streamline the manufacturing of compounds that are used to make everything from plastics to pharmaceuticals so that they produce less hazardous waste — a “green chemistry” breakthrough that …
  • Joan Didion obituary K年12月23日 E9時35分 The Guardian The writing of Joan Didion, who has died 87, was mantra-like, mannered, even “set in its own modulations” (that was Martin Amis’s snipe). It was also unique and remarkable. Even the shape of her books was uncommon, the sentences spaced on pages as tall and …
  • Our Top Ten Stories of 2021 K年12月23日 E12時43分 Smithsonian Magazine Meilan Solly Associate Editor, History Much like its predecessor, 2021 was one for the history books. The year began with a violent assault on the United States Capitol that left five dead and underscored the nation’s deep political ruptures. Two issues …
  • Rose Anna House Frutchey K年12月22日 E10時54分 KXLY 4 - Washington State Rose Anna House Frutchey, 84, of Cataldo, ID, passed away on December 15, 2021 surrounded by her loving family at her beloved ranch in Cataldo, ID.  Rose was born on November 14, 1937 in Rumford, ME, a daughter of the late Charles V. House and Helen (Linti …
  • Office of the Governor News Release: Governor Ige’s budget calls for increased funding for pandemic response, critical services K年12月21日 E6時39分 Governor of State of Hawaii Link to News Conference Slides Link to Photos Link to Video HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige unveiled his Executive Supplemental Budget for 2021-23, requesting that the Hawaiʻi State Legislature continues to support crucial programs that aim to ease current …
  • Daniel Owusu-Koranteng wins First Prize Literary Award K年12月21日 E5時53分 Ghana MMA The Autobiography of Mr Daniel Owusu -Koranteng titled, “Paying My Debt“ has won the first prize in the Creative Non-Fiction Category ( Kofi Awoonor) at the 5th Ghana Association of Writers (GAW) Literary Awards held on 16th December, 2021. Mr Daniel Owusu …
  • Office of the Governor News Release: Governor Ige’s budget calls for increased funding for pandemic response, critical services K年12月21日 E4時24分 Governor of State of Hawaii Link to News Conference Slides Link to Photos Link to Video HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige unveiled his Executive Supplemental Budget for 2021-23, requesting that the Hawaiʻi State Legislature continues to support crucial programs that aim to ease current …
  • WeChat app to improve agriculture practices and environment in China K年12月20日 E3時01分 Phys.org Agriculture in Northeast China, where most of the country's fertile black soil is located, has been recognized as crucial for Chinese food security. However, the soil is in a critical condition due to years of intensive production and overuse of …
  • Book World: As Washington's farming techniques evolved, so did... K年12月17日 E4時09分 SF Gate - California By Bruce A. Ragsdale Belknap. 368 pp. $29.95 - - - In this delightfully instructive book, Bruce A. Ragsdale provides an enthralling account of George Washington doing what he liked to do best of all, but as we rarely see him. "Washington at the Plow…
  • The race to defuse Congo’s carbon bomb K年12月16日 E1時16分 The Washington Post BOLOMBA TERRITORY, Democratic Republic of Congo — The parishioner approached the pastor after morning prayer to tell him she’d had a dream the night before — a premonition, really — that a White man would walk into their remote village soon and change …
  • Australia's connections to British slavery have long been buried. It's time to update the history books K年12月14日 E6時35分 ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Many Australians accept that history is contested and constantly evolving.  A quick glance at a 1950s Australian history book shows how far we have come. Those books tended to say more about Britain's royal family than Australia's First Nations. …
  • Latest appointments and promotions in the South West K年12月13日 E7時11分 Business Live South West firms have continued to hire and promote staff as we head towards the end of 2021. Companies across a wide range of industries including construction, law, property, engineering and technology have announced significant senior appointments in …
  • Ag billions lost in Black Summer bushfires K年12月12日 E5時19分 PerthNow A new report has laid bare the billions of dollars worth of damage to Australian agriculture during the Black Summer bushfires. The Fire on the Farm report, by the University of Sydney with the World Wide Fund for Nature Australia, estimates between $4 …
  • Mapped: The Network of Powerful Agribusiness Groups Lobbying to Water Down the EU’s Sustainable Farming Targets K年12月12日 E12時36分 Justice News Flash By Daniela De Lorenzo, researcher and reporter of DeSmog, whose work has also appeared in publications such as VICE News, Deutsche Welle, Al Jazeera, and Wired, and Rachel Sherrington, Rachel is lead researcher and reporter at DeSmog and who previously …
  • The new US nutrition aid strategy undermines Africa’s hungriest K年12月10日 E12時02分 Al Jazeera At last month’s COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, US officials touted a new strategy to counter malnutrition in Africa – a problem that will only become worse in the face of climate change. “We know that no one entity alone can tackle the threats to …
  • At Nobel ceremony, Berkeley economist David Card urges innovation in research K年12月10日 E10時39分 UC Berkeley NewsCenter David Card, a labor economist and UC Berkeley professor of economics, won the 2021 Nobel Prize in economics. (UC Berkeley photo by Keegan Houser) UC Berkeley economist David Card received his 2021 Nobel Prize in a ceremony Wednesday and used the august …
  • Thomas Wright Brady Obituary - The Reno Journal-Gazette and Mason Valley News K年12月8日 E6時46分 Nevada State News.Net Thomas Wright Brady Reno - Thomas Wright Brady-compassionate healer, natty dresser, accomplished world traveler and list-maker extraordinaire (known to make lists of lists), died peacefully surrounded by family at his Reno home on Wednesday, November 17, …
  • Ugwuanyi presents N186.64bn 2022 budget estimates to Enugu House of Assembly K年12月7日 E8時55分 Business Hallmark Enugu State governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has presented to the State House of Assembly, 2022 Budget estimates of One Hundred and Eighty-Six Billion, Six Hundred and Thirty-Five Million, One Hundred and Thirty-Five Thousand, Seven Hundred and …
  • Major clothing brands contribute to deforestation in Cambodia, report finds K年12月7日 E7時09分 South Africa Today A new report suggests that the garment industry is contributing to deforestation in Cambodia due to factories relying on illegal forest wood to generate electricity. Garment factories were found to use at least 562 tons of forest wood every day, the …
  • Saudi - Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Chairs Cabinet's Virtual Session K年12月7日 E2時07分 MENAFN (MENAFN- Saudi Press Agency) NEOM, December 7, 2021, SPA -- The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Prime Minister, chaired the Cabinet's virtual session today. At the outset of the session, the Custodian of the Two …
  • KNUST graduates over 11,000 students at its 3rd virtual congregation ceremony K年12月7日 E7時53分 Ghana MMA The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, has held the 3rd Virtual Congregation ceremony to graduate undergraduate and postgraduate students who completed their respective programmes of study. In all, Eleven Thousand and …
  • Kiwibank New Zealander Of The Year Awards ­Ngā Tohu Pou Kōhure O Aotearoa Semi-Finalists Announced For Seven Categories K年12月6日 E9時55分 Scoop The New Zealander of the Year Awards Office announce the Semi-Finalists in seven categories for the 2022 Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards ­­Ngā Tohu Pou Kōhure o Aotearoa. From thousands of nominations, these remarkable New Zealanders stood out; …
  • Chinese experts help train Cambodian students on banana production K年12月6日 E6時10分 Big News Network © Provided by Xinhua Lectured via video link by professors and technicians of the Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences in south China's Hainan province, a week-long course gathered more than 50 Cambodian agriculture students with …
  • Grapevine December 5, 2021: Tradition defuses tension K年12月4日 E4時42分 The Jerusalem Post FORMER POLISH ambassador to Israel Marek Magierowski, whose tenure concluded on November 7, and who was not given a proper farewell due to his recall over disputes between Israel and Poland, has already taken up his new posting in Washington, but continues …
  • Disaster expert urges those affected by B.C. flooding to take care of mental health K年12月3日 E10時08分 Medicine Hat News By Brenna Owen, The Canadian Press on December 3, 2021. An expert on the psychological and social impacts of disasters on families is encouraging people affected by devastating floods in British Columbia to take care of their mental health while focusing …
  • New guidance on COVID booster jabs and new job numbers: In The News for Dec. 3 K年12月3日 E10時08分 Medicine Hat News By The Canadian Press on December 3, 2021. In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what’s on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec. 3 … What we are watching in Canada … OTTAWA – The …
  • Throwback: 1926 Berryhill American Legion post, Midland faces K年11月27日 E10時55分 Midland Daily News - Michigan 1of15A corner of the American Legion Room in Midland County's new courthouse.File/Midland Daily NewsShow MoreShow Less 2of15Top row, from left, Mrs. Winifred P. Dudd, lawyer; Harmon L. Fairchild, lawyer; W. Dexter Fales, lawyer; Ira Fales, lawyer. …
  • Farm bills may be repealed, but farmers will still need help K年11月25日 E1時00分 The Indian Express The recent announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrawing the farm bills has, predictably, generated a lot of press. Undoubtedly, there have been political winners and losers. Much more consequentially, lives have been lost in this sordid saga. …
  • Pig patrol: Amsterdam airport’s innovative approach to flight safety K年11月24日 E6時47分 The Guardian A group of animals has been drafted in to combat a hazard in the skies above the runways of Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, the Netherlands’ aviation hub. A six-week pilot project is studying whether a small herd of pigs can deter flocks of geese and other …
  • Swinney siblings' part of Texas Tech Meat Judging Team 3-peat national title K年11月23日 E12時56分 Deming Headlight - New Mexico LUBBOCK, Texas – Wash. Rinse. Three-peat. Through all the challenges the world has faced over the last two years, one thing has remained constant – Texas Tech University’s Meat Judging Team remains the team to beat. Kylan and Reid Swinney added to their …
  • Are the 2020s really like living back in the 1970s? I wish … K年11月20日 E9時46分 The Guardian Queueing for petrol, I turn on the radio and there are Abba, singing their latest hit. Shortages on shop shelves are headline news, with warnings of a panic-buying Christmas. And national debt is sky high. But this isn’t the 1970s; it’s 2021. People who …
  • Kentucky FFA members gain numerous honors at National FFA Convention K年11月18日 E11時15分 WTVQ 36 ABC - Kentucky FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) – Kentucky FFA was well represented at the 94th annual National FFA Convention, which was held Oct. 27-30 in Indianapolis. More than 60,000 FFA members, advisers and guests attended the convention, which is the …
  • Honey bees find food more easily in cities, thanks to abundant urban gardens K年11月18日 E12時27分 South Africa Today In London, western honey bees travel shorter distances to find their meals in metropolitan areas than in agricultural ones. A rich supply of gardens and decorative flowers provides ample nectar close to urban hives. Adding native flowers and similar …
  • Climate-friendly farming: Greenland's melting glaciers offer an answer K年11月18日 E7時31分 Cape Breton Post By Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen NUUK FJORD, Greenland (Reuters) - On a shore near Greenland's capital Nuuk, a local scientist points to a paradox emerging as the island's glaciers retreat: one of the most alarming consequences of global warming could …
  • Two new appointments strengthen Knight Frank’s South West commercial office K年11月17日 E5時28分 Swindon Business News Global property consultancy Knight Frank has expanded its regional team with the appointment of Jemima Young on the graduate programme and Claire Stretton as a senior surveyor in the residential development valuation team. Claire, pictured right, joins …
  • Ireland looks to seaweed in quest to curb methane from cows K年11月17日 E2時18分 SaltWire By Clodagh Kilcoyne and Conor Humphries ATHENRY, Ireland (Reuters) - Scientists are combing Ireland's west coast for seaweed to feed to cattle and sheep after research showed it could stop them breathing out so much climate-warming methane. The project …
  • Venture Taranaki Chief Executive To Depart Once Replacement Found K年11月16日 E6時28分 Scoop The Chief Executive of Venture Taranaki, Justine Gilliland, has announced she is to depart the organisation in 2022 once a successor for the role is found. Justine who has successfully led the organisation since March 2019, originally started with the …
  • New to Cross Country Skiing? These 9 Wintry Wonderlands Are For You K年11月16日 E10時06分 The New York Times Along with other outdoor activities during the pandemic, cross-country skiing experienced a noticeable bump in participants last winter. Newcomers to the sport appreciated the fresh air and exercise, not to mention the relatively low cost when compared to …
  • A strategic challenge for the US: China and The Bahamas K年11月15日 E4時25分 The Hill A primary focus of the Biden administration’s national security policy has been the great power relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China (PRC). That relationship is multifaceted. As Harvard professor and former Defense …
  • To mark the occasion of the Belgian King’s Day in 2021, the Ambassador of Belgium to Việt Nam Paul Jansen sends a message to Việt Nam News readers to celebrate. K年11月15日 E1時16分 Viet Nam News To mark the occasion of the Belgian King’s Day in 2021, the Ambassador of Belgium to Việt Nam, Paul Jansen, sends a message to Việt Nam News readers to celebrate. Every year, on November 15, the Belgians celebrate their Kings and the Royal Family. This …
  • Climate Promises Made in Glasgow Now Rest With a Handful of Powerful Leaders K年11月14日 E11時26分 The New York Times GLASGOW — After two weeks of lofty speeches and bitter negotiations among nearly 200 nations, the question of whether the world will make significant progress to slow global warming still comes down to the actions of a handful of powerful nations that …
  • The ethics of digital technology in the food sector - the future of data sharing K年11月14日 E7時46分 Newswise Newswise — Imagine a world in which smart packaging for supermarket ready meals updates you in real-time to tell you about carbon footprints, gives live warnings on product recalls, and instant safety alerts because allergens were detected unexpectedly in …
  • A healthy competition for expatriate assets K年11月13日 E8時28分 Arab News Short Url The royal decree to grant Saudi citizenship to expatriates with outstanding capabilities and backgrounds in rare specialties has been warmly greeted as yet another bold move in advancing the Kingdom’s economic and human capital development in …
  • Skill, Grades and Universities: One side of the story K年11月11日 E7時24分 Daily Star I Lady Fatima Al-Fihri of Fez, in today's Morocco, established the world's first university, Al-Karaouine, in 859 AD. It was the first time an education centre issued certificates, testifying that a candidate had completed a certain set of courses …
  • Sounding the alarm: How honey bees alert their hive to attacks by giant 'murder' hornets K年11月10日 E8時50分 Phys.org For the first time, the unique sounds honey bees (Apis cerana) use to alert members of their hive when giant "murder" hornets attack have been documented. These signals—including a newly described "antipredator pipe"—are the focus of …
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