Vogelman Koks about nature policy in the Netherlands – More money, fewer larks – about the money that has supplanted farmers’ nature – Foodlog

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The early seeds of becoming a bird researcher were already sown in the 1970s. My parents exchanged the village of Wormer for farmland in the Kop van Noord-Holland. I was a dreamy little boy who actually wanted to be a farmer. After school I could always be found at the neighbors who have a dairy … Read more

China develops its policy of forced returns of its nationals refugees abroad

China develops its policy of forced returns of its nationals

Protesters denounce kidnappings in Hong Kong on January 10, 2016. JEROME FAVRE / EPA Her granddaughter was born a few days after her husband Ahmad Talip was kidnapped from a Dubai police station, immediately followed by his transfer to Abu Dhabi and then his deportation to China. Since that fateful February 25, 2018, “I haven’t … Read more

“The dissolution of Memorial marks a decisive step in the policy of controlling Russian society”

Belgium to shut down its seven nuclear reactors by 2025

Tribune. If it comes as a surprise to all those who observe with concern the authoritarian and ultranationalist drift of the regime of Vladimir Putin, the dissolution of Memorial marks a decisive step in the policy of control of Russian civil society and the establishment of ‘an official national story. Founded in 1989, it is … Read more

How we measure the effects of methane matters for climate policy

Journal Reference: Ignacio Pérez-Domínguez, Agustin del Prado, Klaus Mittenzwei, Jordan Hristov, Stefan Frank, Andrzej Tabeau, Peter Witzke, Petr Havlik, Hans van Meijl, John Lynch, Elke Stehfest, Guillermo Pardo, Jesus Barreiro-Hurle, Jason F. L. Koopman, María José Sanz-Sánchez. Short- and long-term warming effects of methane may affect the cost-effectiveness of mitigation policies and benefits of low-meat … Read more

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