Monday 12 March 2012
Food security: our daily bread | EditorialGuardian Unlimited | 12 Mar 2012
Scientists have tested a new strain of wheat that could increase yields in saline soils by 25%Australian scientists have just tested a new strain of wheat that could increase yields in saline soils by 25%. The news comes just as Oxfam warns of catastrophic drought and potential famine in the...
Kenya: Surge in Climate Money a Corruption RiskAllAfrica.com | 12 Mar 2012
[AlertNet] Nairobi - Monitoring of climate change programmes in Kenya needs to be stepped up, because the rising amount of funding allocated to them is at risk of being misused, corruption experts say.
Hasn't the world's temperature always changed?Guardian Unlimited | 12 Mar 2012
This Q&A is part of the Guardian's ultimate climate change FAQ• See all questions and answers• Read about the projectThe Earth's climate has fluctuated throughout its history, with both warmer and colder phases than those we experience now. These past climatic changes were caused by natural...
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