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#Food security

From TheJournal.ie Irish and US researchers teaming up to help save bees Food Security

Irish and US researchers teaming up to help save bees

More than half of Ireland’s bee species have experienced substantial declines since the 1980s.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's food security: 'It's said that modern civilisation is three meals deep' Food Shortages

Ireland's food security: 'It's said that modern civilisation is three meals deep'

Ireland is extremely vulnerable to external shocks in the food chain, writes Mícheál Callaghan.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: A world without hunger is everyone’s business – let's put things right Chronic Hunger

Opinion: A world without hunger is everyone’s business – let's put things right

The picture is clear: without adequate food and proper nutrition, a child will not live, learn and grow up to lead a healthy and productive life.

From TheJournal.ie Hunger remains 'major' global threat to world’s poorest and most vulnerable Hunger

Hunger remains 'major' global threat to world’s poorest and most vulnerable

The newest Global Hunger Index shows the unsustainable use of land, water, and energy are the biggest factors affecting the food security of the most vulnerable people around the world.

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach resolves to work ‘harder than ever’ to restore Ireland’s finances Béal Na MBláth

Taoiseach resolves to work ‘harder than ever’ to restore Ireland’s finances

Enda Kenny’s address at Béal na mBláth also reveal details about the overall themes of Ireland’s EU presidency.

From TheJournal.ie €5m Irish potato growing programme announced for Ethiopia Food Security

€5m Irish potato growing programme announced for Ethiopia

Irish development agency Vita has launched a Potato Centre of Excellence in Africa with an aim to provide sustainable access to food for two million people.