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Thin Lei Win

Millions go hungry in wealthy Canada - and some die young as a result

20 Jan 2020

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Canadians who cannot afford regular meals are more likely to die early, according to a study released on Monday, showing that people are dying from hunger even in wealthy countries.

Millions go hungry in wealthy Canada - and some die young as a result

20 Jan 2020

ROME, Jan 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Canadians who cannot afford regular meals are more likely to die early, according to a study released on Monday, showing that people are dying from hunger even in wealthy countries.

UK plans to green its fields in post-Brexit shakeup

16 Jan 2020

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the biggest shakeup of British farming for 70 years, the government on Thursday proposed rewarding farmers who protect the environment, rather than just paying them to own land.

UK plans to green its fields in post-Brexit shakeup

16 Jan 2020

ROME, Jan 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the biggest shakeup of British farming for 70 years, the government on Thursday proposed rewarding farmers who protect the environment, rather than just paying them to own land.

FEATURE-Building an inclusive city in Myanmar, one trash alley at a time

06 Jan 2020

YANGON, Jan 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For years, Yee Lay kept the back door of her ground floor apartment firmly shut to keep out both the stench from the rubbish that other tenants would carelessly throw behind the building and the hordes of rats that fed on it.

Digging up the dirt: could soil contain the answer to food shortages?

03 Jan 2020

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As water shortages, high temperatures and rising greenhouse gas emissions threaten food production, countries around the world are looking somewhere new for solutions - the soil.

FEATURE-Digging up the dirt - could soil contain the answer to food shortages?

03 Jan 2020

ROME, Jan 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As water shortages, high temperatures and rising greenhouse gas emissions threaten food production, countries around the world are looking somewhere new for solutions - the soil.

Meatless burgers, hemp cocktails and pasta straws: 2019 eco-friendly food trends

24 Dec 2019

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From cockroach milk to beer made from waste water, a raft of eco-friendly food trends hit menus and supermarket shelves in 2019 vowing not to add to the world's carbon emissions.

YEARENDER-Meatless burgers, hemp cocktails and pasta straws - 2019 eco-friendly food trends

24 Dec 2019

ROME, Dec 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From cockroach milk to beer made from waste water, a raft of eco-friendly food trends hit menus and supermarket shelves in 2019 vowing not to add to the world's carbon emissions.

Dry man of Europe, Poland strives to save water

12 Dec 2019

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Poland - hit by back-to-back droughts - is on a mission to save water and end its reputation as dry man of Europe.

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