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Southern Madagascar: Famine looms as climate change destroys crops
Humanitarian crisis looms in Madagascar amid drought and pandemic
Humanitarian crisis looms in Southern Madagascar as drought and pandemic double number of hungry people
Small towns are bigger than we think
Virus that shut down world: yawning gulf between rich and poor
Hijacking hibernation
Winners of WMO Calendar Competition
Virtual training to empower port women
Madagascar Needs Bold Reforms to Reopen Country, and Rebuild Stronger After COVID-19 Crisis
Global Environment Facility approves over $78 million to support FAO-led projects
UK provides COVID-19 humanitarian and remittance relief fund to Africa
Mozambique Receives $100 Million for its Maputo Urban Transformation Project
Why do elephants and tigers still roam in India? Study offers clues
Seeking a deeper and broader partnership between United Nations and African Union
World Soil Day 2020: IAEA & FAO lay groundwork to ‘Keep soil alive
Same visual system for all primates
Presidents, Prime Ministers, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors and global businesses unite with children and young people
Seductive scent of sweet fruits
FAO calls for stepping up forest and landscape restoration
Large tides may have driven evolution of fish towards life on land
A new analysis reveals that accessible and affordable healthcare could be a key tool for addressing climate crisis
Accessible healthcare could be key to solving climate crisis, according to Stanford researchers and others
Fungi add flavour to vanilla
Humans and Climate drove Giants of Madagascar to Extinction
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Madagascar
Investment in conservation efforts needs to be stepped up
Jurassic park: truth or fiction?
Researchers gain new insights on river dynamics, which suggest that rivers may begin jumping course much farther
Living Earth Collaborative announces 2020 seed grant recipients
Artificial intellegence can help protect orchids and other species
Research explores strategies to improve nutrition in parts of Asia and Africa
Change of British High Commissioner to Malawi David Beer
UNESCO showcases education responses to Covid-19 Crisis at UN General Assembly
Silk offers homemade solution for COVID-19 prevention
Four international awardees of HKU Scholarship for Future Leaders pursue dreams at HKU
World Bank Injects $104 Million to Strengthen Skills Development Programs in Mozambique
Australia announces new High Commissioner to Mauritius
Madagascar: World Bank Provides $75 Million to Mitigate Impacts of COVID-19 and Support Recovery
BEM Signs Binding Offtake MOU With Tier 1 Refractory Producer
Concluded CRP: Geochemical and Mineralogical Characterization of Uranium and Thorium Deposits
New Guinea named world’s most plant-rich island
New Guinea Has World’s Richest Island Flora
Appointment of experienced mining graphite executive
Satellite view opens to all
Iron study combats anaemia with cutting-edge computer simulation
Streamlining Storage: IAEA Conducts Training in Radioactive Waste Management in Africa
Green is More Than Skin-Deep for Hundreds of Frog Species
Assié-Lumumba leads Institute for African Development