India's inclusion in the G20, a conglomerate of the world's most powerful economies, signifies not just its economic ascendancy but also underscores the country's consequential role in shaping global dialogue and decision-making.
Arriva un'edizione speciale di Internazionale a Ferrara per festeggiare i 30 anni del giornale che ogni settimana porta in Italia "il meglio della stampa straniera".
Book Review: Philip Lymbery’s ‘Sixty Harvests Left’ Lays Bare Farming Crisis, Makes Case For Soil Conservation
Traditionally, animals ate grass and farm waste, which humans could not eat, and produced milk and meat, which humans could eat. Now, industrial agriculture has upturned the ages-old human contract with nature. Philip Lymbery’s ‘Sixty Harvests Left’ is the story
Developed nations need to cut consumption of meat, milk and egg to avoid soil crisis, says author of ‘Sixty Harvests Left’, Philip John Lymbery
Taking its title from a chilling warning made by the United Nations that the world's soils could be gone within a lifetime, Sixty Harvests Left uncovers how the food industry threatens our world. Put simply, without soils there will be
14 Aprile ore 18 la Feltrinelli Bologna Via Ravegnana 1 Philip Lymbery presenta Restano solo sessanta raccolti interviene la giornalista e autrice Sabrina Giannini Venerdì