January 22, 2016

What We’re Reading: Coming of Age, Circular Advantages, and Local Leadership

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Stories we loved this week:

Ecosystem-based farming comes of age

Farming practices that capitalize on natural biological and ecosystem processes are boosting the global supply of grains by producing “more with less.”

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

The Circular Economy Is at the Heart of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

What does a successful economic model look like in this new economic era? 

Huffington Post

Practical ways to improve food distribution

Accessing nutritious food is a concern for communities worldwide. See how nonprofits, policy groups, and community organizations are stepping up to the challenge.

MercatorNet

Scientists solve long-standing ecological riddle

A new study definitively concludes that maintaining biodiversity in the landscape is the key component in ensuring a sustainable and productive ecosystem.

University of Washington

 

 

Top photo from Ray Witlin/World Bank on The World Bank Photo Collection on Flickr.

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