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Bees and other pollinators | Action mondiale en faveur des services de pollinisation pour une agriculture durable, lancée par la FAO | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Action mondiale en faveur des services de pollinisation pour une agriculture durable, lancée par la FAO Historique Projets Initiatives internationales Base de données sur la pollinisation Ressources Pollinisation Bees and other pollinators Tiny miracle workers Pollination is vital to life on our planet. (...) The decline is likely to impact the production and costs of vitamin-rich crops like fruits and vegetables, leading to increasingly unbalanced diets and health problems, such as malnutrition and non-communicable diseases.
Language:English
Score: 1294808.4 - https://www.fao.org/pollinatio...bees-and-other-pollinators/fr/
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Bees and other pollinators | 粮农组织“可持续农业授粉服务全球行动” | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org 中文 english 粮农组织“可持续农业授粉服务全球行动” 背景 项目 国际举措 授粉数据库 资源 Pollination Bees and other pollinators Tiny miracle workers Pollination is vital to life on our planet. (...) The decline is likely to impact the production and costs of vitamin-rich crops like fruits and vegetables, leading to increasingly unbalanced diets and health problems, such as malnutrition and non-communicable diseases.
Language:English
Score: 1294808.4 - https://www.fao.org/pollinatio...bees-and-other-pollinators/zh/
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What are the experiences with the diet in your family?  How much does your son like or dislike fruit, vegetables, and other healthy food? (...) Filip does not eat snacks by some miracle, but we also do not have them in the house, so I guess that is the reason. (...) The goal of the project, which is implemented according to the methodology of the World Health Organization, is not only to promote healthy diet among children and youth, but also to influence the adoption of appropriate policies at the level of educational institutions that would place healthy living habits in the general program and continuously promote them.
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Score: 1271061.7 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...estic-and-seasonal-best-choice
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Chief amongst them, as speakers at today's event noted, are global solidarity and building more resilient, robust agri-food systems that can withstand shocks, deliver affordable and sustainable healthy diets for all, and decent livelihoods for all workers along the food supply chain.   (...) This is the moment of "crucial choices", and of "a serious global commitment," concluded Mattarella who expressed hope for the international community to rediscover a "profound meaning of the valuable goods the earth offers us" and the "responsibility to share and safeguard them for future generations". Healthy diets for all FAO Goodwill Ambassadors for Nutrition, King Letsie III of Lesotho and Queen Letizia of Spain stressed that healthy diets were everyone's right. King Letsie III underlined that most of the people who cannot afford a healthy diet live in Africa and Asia, and called for "concerted efforts to bring down the cost of nutritious foods" so more people can afford them.
Language:English
Score: 1261635.3 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/1314573/icode/
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Foods Gifted From Mother Nature in Our Back Yard Once we clear and area for shelter making, or space for livestock, a new spread of shrub plants comes in for cows and goats and us, as if, a waiter in the restaurant of miracles brought it to us. Dandelions, culantro which ends up getting mono-cropped too, water cress, certain mints, chamomile, are some of these ‘gifted’ species that people are familiar with and there are many known livestock targeting elements that come in also after clearing living areas, such as pasture grass for cows. (...) Can it be ingested, with training, and digestive mechanism development such as seen in ketogenic diet examinations. Is it better nutrition than what is in the store? (...) More Insanity (3) The nutritional and human health crisis often times has a lot to do with the lack of diversity in diet. Lack of knowledge and simple tools for cleaning water, and consuming a diversity of elements, is largely responsible for malnutrition deaths in poor areas.
Language:English
Score: 1255070.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ru/comment/8773
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Foods Gifted From Mother Nature in Our Back Yard Once we clear and area for shelter making, or space for livestock, a new spread of shrub plants comes in for cows and goats and us, as if, a waiter in the restaurant of miracles brought it to us. Dandelions, culantro which ends up getting mono-cropped too, water cress, certain mints, chamomile, are some of these ‘gifted’ species that people are familiar with and there are many known livestock targeting elements that come in also after clearing living areas, such as pasture grass for cows. (...) Can it be ingested, with training, and digestive mechanism development such as seen in ketogenic diet examinations. Is it better nutrition than what is in the store? (...) More Insanity (3) The nutritional and human health crisis often times has a lot to do with the lack of diversity in diet. Lack of knowledge and simple tools for cleaning water, and consuming a diversity of elements, is largely responsible for malnutrition deaths in poor areas.
Language:English
Score: 1255070.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/8773
Data Source: un
Foods Gifted From Mother Nature in Our Back Yard Once we clear and area for shelter making, or space for livestock, a new spread of shrub plants comes in for cows and goats and us, as if, a waiter in the restaurant of miracles brought it to us. Dandelions, culantro which ends up getting mono-cropped too, water cress, certain mints, chamomile, are some of these ‘gifted’ species that people are familiar with and there are many known livestock targeting elements that come in also after clearing living areas, such as pasture grass for cows. (...) Can it be ingested, with training, and digestive mechanism development such as seen in ketogenic diet examinations. Is it better nutrition than what is in the store? (...) More Insanity (3) The nutritional and human health crisis often times has a lot to do with the lack of diversity in diet. Lack of knowledge and simple tools for cleaning water, and consuming a diversity of elements, is largely responsible for malnutrition deaths in poor areas.
Language:English
Score: 1255070.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/8773
Data Source: un
Foods Gifted From Mother Nature in Our Back Yard Once we clear and area for shelter making, or space for livestock, a new spread of shrub plants comes in for cows and goats and us, as if, a waiter in the restaurant of miracles brought it to us. Dandelions, culantro which ends up getting mono-cropped too, water cress, certain mints, chamomile, are some of these ‘gifted’ species that people are familiar with and there are many known livestock targeting elements that come in also after clearing living areas, such as pasture grass for cows. (...) Can it be ingested, with training, and digestive mechanism development such as seen in ketogenic diet examinations. Is it better nutrition than what is in the store? (...) More Insanity (3) The nutritional and human health crisis often times has a lot to do with the lack of diversity in diet. Lack of knowledge and simple tools for cleaning water, and consuming a diversity of elements, is largely responsible for malnutrition deaths in poor areas.
Language:English
Score: 1255070.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/8773
Data Source: un
Foods Gifted From Mother Nature in Our Back Yard Once we clear and area for shelter making, or space for livestock, a new spread of shrub plants comes in for cows and goats and us, as if, a waiter in the restaurant of miracles brought it to us. Dandelions, culantro which ends up getting mono-cropped too, water cress, certain mints, chamomile, are some of these ‘gifted’ species that people are familiar with and there are many known livestock targeting elements that come in also after clearing living areas, such as pasture grass for cows. (...) Can it be ingested, with training, and digestive mechanism development such as seen in ketogenic diet examinations. Is it better nutrition than what is in the store? (...) More Insanity (3) The nutritional and human health crisis often times has a lot to do with the lack of diversity in diet. Lack of knowledge and simple tools for cleaning water, and consuming a diversity of elements, is largely responsible for malnutrition deaths in poor areas.
Language:English
Score: 1255070.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/comment/8773
Data Source: un
Foods Gifted From Mother Nature in Our Back Yard Once we clear and area for shelter making, or space for livestock, a new spread of shrub plants comes in for cows and goats and us, as if, a waiter in the restaurant of miracles brought it to us. Dandelions, culantro which ends up getting mono-cropped too, water cress, certain mints, chamomile, are some of these ‘gifted’ species that people are familiar with and there are many known livestock targeting elements that come in also after clearing living areas, such as pasture grass for cows. (...) Can it be ingested, with training, and digestive mechanism development such as seen in ketogenic diet examinations. Is it better nutrition than what is in the store? (...) More Insanity (3) The nutritional and human health crisis often times has a lot to do with the lack of diversity in diet. Lack of knowledge and simple tools for cleaning water, and consuming a diversity of elements, is largely responsible for malnutrition deaths in poor areas.
Language:English
Score: 1255070.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/comment/8773
Data Source: un