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Exploring hidden potentials of wild edible plants

Exploring hidden potentials of wild edible plants

Global biodiversity includes nutritionally important wild edible plants. There is an urgent need to explore nutritionally rich edible wilds.
What is climate change and what do I have to do with it?

What is climate change and what do I have to do with it?

We seek to empower young Brazilians by showing them that we are part of the solution to overcome current problems caused by climate change.
Farmer-run seedling nurseries to meet Atlantic Forest restoration goals

Farmer-run seedling nurseries to meet Atlantic Forest restoration goals

Linking smallholder economic development and climate change mitigation by providing funding and training for native tree seedling nurseries
Visualizing Climate Change With Virtual Reality at Climate Resilience Centers.

Visualizing Climate Change With Virtual Reality at Climate Resilience Centers.

“Climate Adaptation & Resilience Centers” will make climate change REAL, PERSONAL, AND ACTIONABLE for all. ARCs will empower collaboration.
Reducing methane emissions from rice farming

Reducing methane emissions from rice farming

Reducing Methane Emission While Enhancing Rice Farmers’ Resilience to Climate Change
My Energy Xpert: a home and small business energy management solution

My Energy Xpert: a home and small business energy management solution

My Energy Xpert is a SMART energy audit and monitoring app empowering people to save time, money and lower their energy footprint.
E-waste a major health and environment concern

E-waste a major health and environment concern

e-waste is much hazardous than general waste so recycling of e-waste is more important, especially in developing countries like Pakistan.

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