На информационном ресурсе применяются рекомендательные технологии (информационные технологии предоставления информации на основе сбора, систематизации и анализа сведений, относящихся к предпочтениям пользователей сети "Интернет", находящихся на территории Российской Федерации)

Weekend reading: IPES Food—Food from Somewhere

IPES Food (International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems) has a new report,  Food From Somewhere: Building food security and resilience through territorial markets. The report argues that territorial food systems are better able to promote food security than industrial food

Obesity in kids—a global problem

Chinese scientists have published Global Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. This exceptionally well written paper lists obesity prevalence for nearly 200 countries. From this chart, regional variations are evident. The

The 2025 Project: The Republicans’ Transition Agenda for Food and Nutrition

There is much fuss these days over the American Heritage Foundation’s extreme right-wing 2025 Mandate for Leadership project, and whether presidential candidate Donald Trump supports it or not and, if so, to what extent (see account in The Guardian). The Project 2025 plan includes calls for

UK report on the decline in kids’ health

The headline in The Guardian: UK children shorter, fatter and sicker amid poor diet and poverty, report finds. Here’s the report. It’s principal findings: The height of 5 year olds has been falling since 2013. Obesity among 10-11 year olds has increased by 30% since 2006. Type 2 diabetes

5 of the Best Things to Do in the Philippines

If you’re planning a trip to the Philippines, you’re in for a treat. This beautiful country is full of amazing experiences and stunning sights. In this post, I’ll share the five best things to do in the Philippines, from exploring historic cities to enjoying natural wonders. Whether you’re a nature

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