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Edible Algae: A Lifesaver for Honey Bees

Edible Algae: A Lifesaver for Honey Bees Source :Phys.org Honey bees play an essential role in pollination, contributi... read more

Wait, does America suddenly have a record number of bees?
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Wait, does America suddenly have a record number of bees?

Source : Washington Post Where in the unholy heck did all these bees come from?! After almost two decades of relentl... read more

Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, speaking at an event

International Energy Agency's Executive Director Sees Cop28 as Potential Game Changer for Middle Eastern Economies

Fatih Birol, the executive director of the International Energy Agency, has urged Middle Eastern countries to accelerate the... read more

Lebanese People protesting on food insecurity

Around 2 million facing food insecurity across Lebanon

Lebanon is facing a dire food security situation with 2.26 million people, including 1.46 million Lebanese residents and 800... read more

Picture of the UAE COP 28 President addressing an audience during his international tour, with the message to take urgent climate action.

President Designate of UAE COP 28 Commences International Tour, Urges All Parties to Make Significant Progress in Climate Action

Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, the Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and President-Designate for COP28 UAE, recen... read more

A field of seaweed growing in the ocean, with the potential to reduce land use and emissions while providing food, feed and fuel for humans and animals.

Seaweed Industry Could Reduce Land Needed for Farming by 110 Million Hectares?

A new study has found that an area of ocean almost the size of Australia could potentially support commercial seaweed farmin... read more