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AM: Hungary active at regional level for sustainability

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Famine relief blocked by bullets, red tape and lack of funding, warn FAO and WFP as acute food insecurity reaches new highs

Efforts to fight a global surge in acute food insecurity are being stymied in several countries by fighting and blockades that cut off life-saving aid to families on the brink...

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Afghanistan: FAO appeals for $36 million to urgently save rural livelihoods and avoid massive displacement

Miután a legfrissebb adatok az augusztusi haiti földrengés után mezőgazdasági károkról és az éhezés emelkedéséről szólnak, az ENSZ Élelmezésügyi és Mezőgazdasági Szervezete (FAO) megkongatta a vészharangot, hogy a vidéken élő...

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AM: Hungary’s food security proposal has attracted the attention of the UN

Hungary places great emphasis on technological agricultural development and the development of the manufacturing industry, Deputy State Secretary Dávid Bencsik said at his bilateral meeting with the UN’s Chief Advisor....

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AM: continuous improvements to protect wetlands

Over the past 10 years, the Ministry of Agriculture (AM) has implemented unprecedented conservation investments in the restoration of wetlands, the Ministry of Agriculture told MTI on Wednesday....

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Coca-Cola Foundation working to restore wetlands

This year marks the first time that World Wetlands Day is celebrated with official support from the United Nations, raising awareness of the critical state and importance of the world’s...

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Generali awarded for its commitment to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

Generali has been awarded for its efforts to achieve the goals of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for sustainable development. The award, the Grand Prize for Sustainable Growth, was presented...

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(HU) A műholdas megfigyelés lehet a megoldás a pálmaolaj problémára

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Donation convoy for those in need

In October this year, a long line of trucks passed through Budapest historic city centre again, with some 33 tonnes of cargo provided by Hungarian and international food and commercial...

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Tesco announces new Group-wide net zero target of 2035 for its own operations

Retailer also sets out Group-wide commitment to cut emissions from its supply chain and products to zero by 2050 New ambition is in line with UN aspiration of keeping global...

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OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook presents production, consumption, trade and price trends for the coming decade

With less than 10 years until the 2030 deadline for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), governments need to step up their efforts to meet global food security and...

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Sustainable development – innovative and future-oriented

In today’s rapidly changing world, long-term sustainable relationships based on trust and loyalty have never been as difficult to achieve and maintain as they are today. This is why we...

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Drought threatens the livelihoods of 7 million farmers in Afghanistan

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has appealed for humanitarian assistance to be scaled up as Afghanistan continues to be hit hard by an ever-worsening drought...

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Making food systems sustainable is the central theme of the Pre-Summit

István Nagy, Minister of Agriculture, represented Hungary at the Pre-Summit of Food Systems in Rome. The first stage of a series of events initiated by UN Secretary-General António Guterres is...

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UN report: Pandemic year marked by spike in world hunger

There was a dramatic worsening of world hunger in 2020, the United Nations said today – much of it likely related to the fallout of COVID-19. While the pandemic’s impact...

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UN urges intense restoration of nature to address climate and biodiversity crises

Facing the triple threat of climate change, loss of nature and pollution, the world must deliver on its commitment to restore at least one billion degraded hectares of land in...

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FAO: Global food prices rise at rapid pace in May

Global food prices rose in May at their fastest monthly rate in more than a decade, even as world cereal production is on course to reach a new record high,...

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Regional ingredients in restaurant kitchens

The Responsible Gastro Hero Foundation has organised a workshop on the use of regional ingredients in restaurants. Restaurants, farmers and food companies sent their representatives to share their experiences and...

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Available data shows us that an increased occurrence and intensity of disasters is the new normal

One of the most direct ways disasters affect agriculture is through lower-than-expected production. This causes direct economic loss to farmers which can cascade along the entire value chain – even...

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Trade in food and agricultural products has doubled in twenty years

Between 1995 and 2018, global food and agricultural trade rose to 1.5 trillion USD, more than doubling, as developing countries’ exports expanded, accounting for a third of global exports today,...

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What changes does the coronavirus pandemic bring to agriculture

The emergence of the coronavirus has severely affected agriculture in developed and developing countries. It can already be seen that the demand for perishable products will not recover soon, and...

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150 nagyvállalat szólalt fel a klímabarát gazdasági újraindítás mellett

The world’s 155 global corporations, with a total market capitalization of more than $ 2.4 billion and 5 million workers, issued a joint statement calling on world governments to align...

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UN report: As the world’s forests continue to shrink, urgent action is needed to safeguard their biodiversity

Urgent action is needed to safeguard the biodiversity of the world’s forests amid alarming rates of deforestation and degradation, according to the latest edition of The State of the World’s...

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Coronavirus pandemic ‘will cause famine of biblical proportions’

he world is facing widespread famine “of biblical proportions” because of the coronavirus pandemic, the chief of the UN’s food relief agency has warned, with a short time to act...

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UN: global foodschains in danger due to the crisis

The human food chain is under continued threat from an alarming increase in the number of outbreaks of transboundary animal and plant pests and diseases (including aquatic and forest pests...

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Magazine: Consumption trends in 2020

A study by Euromonitor International analyses the 10 trends with the biggest influence on the FMCG sector. As regards consumption habits, the two main themes in 2020 are likely to...

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More than 800 million people have no access to drinking water

If we consume world water at our current rate, we will use 20-30 percent more water by 2050 than 2016 levels – profitline.hu wrote. According to the United Nations’ World...

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FAO: food prices rose to a five-year high in December

For the third consecutive month in December, world food prices have risen to a five-year high, mainly due to higher prices of vegetable oils. The December price index of the...

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The Ministry of Agriculture is actively involved in combating food waste

October 16 is the UN World Food Day. This year’s motto is: “Our deeds shape the future – healthy nutrition for a hunger-free world.” On this occasion a joint event...

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More than 50 tonnes of food donation was transported through Budapest on World Food Day

More than fifty tons of food donations from 20 Hungarian and international companies for families in need have been transported through downtown Budapest by a truck convoy on Wednesday for...

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