Climate change will decrease cocoa farming productivity in West Africa, shocking the chocolate industry.
Life Healthcare is in the right direction when it comes to managing its own impact on climate change; but should the company be thinking about managing the health risks posed by rising temperatures as well?
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Malawi is the 4th poorest country in the world by GDP per capita and things go from bad to worse as weather conditions lead to distressing levels of agricultural output.
Everyone loves Hershey’s Chocolate with a marshmallow and graham cracker over a campfire, but by 2050, due to global warming, we might see drastic shortages in their main ingredient, Cocoa! Without long term sustainable and innovative actions by the company, we might be witnessing the end of chocolate for the masses and the s’mores that come along with it.
Can public health systems in infrastructure-starved and climate-affected developing countries “leapfrog” current stresses on their operational logistics? Rwanda is experimenting with drone delivery of blood to find out!
Climate change in Africa has led to widespread malnutrition across the continent. Edesia, a Rhode Island based non-for-profit with limited resources, looks to maximize its production of nutritional supplements in order to help alleviate the impact of this humanitarian crisis.
Global warming’s impact to agriculture will have a tremendous impact to the chocolate and candy industries
How should the Ugandan Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) respond to the looming impact of climate change?
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