Fiji government is planning to set up a seaweed farming training school to help villagers in the Northern Division upskill their knowledge, a Ministry of Information press statement revealed .
Visiting villagers from Dama and Nasau in Bua for a follow-up meeting, Continue reading Seaweed farming training school planned for North Fiji
Iodine deficiency, which can have a devastating impact on intelligence, is a growing concern in Australia, health experts have warned.
Both the health conscious and those Continue reading Why not eating this is making us stupid
As the frozen bay begins to thaw, deckhand Jose Humani swings a bin of clams to the dock from the Joseph B. Glancy fishing boat. After ice prevented fishing, the shellfish company, Frank M. Flower & Sons, returned Monday, March 9, 2015, to harvesting clams and Continue reading Just Sayin’: Big scallop haul a mystery
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimates that “a third of all the food produced in the world is never consumed,” totaling about 1.3 billion tons of waste a year. The United States alone wastes 40% of all food, worth an estimated $165 billion.
This waste decays in landfills and, without oxygen present, emits methane, which is a Continue reading From Food Waste to Fuel, CEAS Does Energy Sustainability Better