Small Island and coastal nations are at particular risk from oil spills due to their closeness to world shipping lanes, a new article by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) says.
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United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Senior Economist, Rashmi Banga, says there are significant lessons from the China experience which other countries can draw on.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Akanimo Sampson writes: “In a world where new media has taken a significant role in teaching and learning, any modern pedagogy must account for students finding, analysing and applying knowledge from a growing number of constantly changing sources.”
In Tanzania, the East Africa Highland cooking banana, matooke, is a hugely popular food. With the impending release of the first-ever high-yielding hybrids of matooke on the horizon, researchers took the opportunity to exhibit them at this year’s annual agricultural show Nane Nane in the country.
Chief Executive Officer of Napetsa Farms, Joseph Adewale Fosudo, has visited the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) to learn about using single-vine seedlings from High Ratio Propagation Technologies (HRPTs) for seed yam tuber production.