Every Friday we round up the most interesting, inspiring or funny stories we came across while conducting research for our news stories. This week: Where’s the Beef? – Bovril is not just a meat spread, but a cattle-producing town in Argentina with a rich history.
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Where’s the Beef?
Bovril is not just a meat spread, but a cattle-producing town in Argentina with a rich history.
Out on the Prairie, Moon, Music, and Lectures, Too
Hundreds of people, some from as far away as Tokyo, came to the Prairie Festival in Salina, Kan., to sleep under the stars and hear lectures on subjects like sustainable agriculture.
Sainsbury’s Boss Welcomes Grilling on Green Values and Ambitions
Justin King will on Monday underline Sainsbury’s determination to become Britain’s greenest grocer by submitting himself to a public grilling by sustainability experts as the supermarket announces initiatives including a £1m investment in British farming research.
Obama vs. Romney: A Stark Contrast on the Environment
As the U.S. presidential campaign enters its final phase, Yale Environment 360 compares the sharply divergent views of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on the environment and energy.
Paper or Plastic? Some Communities Say Neither
Governments around the U.S. are approving restrictions and fees on paper and plastic shopping bags in an effort to encourage consumers to bring their own.
European Fleets Flouting Deep Sea Fishing Quotas
Call to reform fisheries policy over stock collapse concerns as data reveals some fleets exceed 28 times their allowed limit.
Dirkje Koene is a Copywriter for Fairfood International.
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