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Project meeting, Engaresero Maasai Pastoralist Heritage Area (Tanzania). © FAO/David Boerma.
Celebrating tea Recognizing the long history and deep cultural and economic significance of tea around the world, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21 May as International Tea Day, calling on FAO to lead the observance.  Tea production and processing are a main source of livelihoods for millions of families, particularly in developing countries. The celebration promotes the sustainable production, consumption and trade of tea, and offers an opportunity for actors at...
©ZHANG-Renfeng
In a world of cultural differences, is there one thing that can bind everyone together? Well, we all need to eat. Drink too, in fact. Interestingly enough, the drink most often chosen around the world after water, is tea. It is loved by millions from India to England, Afghanistan to Algeria - each culture with its own tradition. Despite tea being centuries old, the world’s passion for the drink shows no...
©تيرا فيفا
مرونة "لاهورتا" فالنسيا "في زمن وباء كوفيد-١٩ لم تعد روتين أبارو أليكساندري هذه الأيام كما كانت عليه، فهو يتلقى الطلبات بواسطة رسائل نصية، يأتي معظمها من جيرانه في بلدة إلبالمار، وهي جزيرة يبلغ عدد سكانها حوالي 700 نسمة، وتحيط بها بحيرة البوفيرا ومحاصيل الأرز والبساتين. تقع ألبالمر على بعد عدة كيلومترات من فالنسيا، إسبانيا. http://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/ar/c/1273347/
João Roberto Ripper
As a result of the attentive screening and field survey conducted by the experts of the Scientific Advisory Group (SAG), « Traditional Agricultural System In The Southern Espinhaço Range, Minas Gerais » was designated as the first GIAHS site in Brazil: For more information regarding the Traditional Agricultural System of the Sempre-vivas flowers gatherers, please check the site's main features by clicking here For more information, please see the FAO official press release by...
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