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The Middle East Is Blowing Up

June 20th, 2017

Every day brings another scary headline from the Middle East — which makes it easy to treat them as background noise rather than a clear and present danger. But the latest batch is reminiscent of the Balkans circa 1914, which means it may be time to tune back in. Some examples: A US Navy jet […]

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Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org



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