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Category: Food Security :: Hunger
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Carl Safina: How to Make Population Growth Reverse Itself 12.5.2012 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
If our values change, we might use science and technology to save us. If our failed values persist, science and technology will only press our accelerator.
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Professor Sir Gordon Conway: Hunger at Camp David 12.5.2012 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Despite the multiple challenges at large, I am optimistic about African agriculture. There has certainly never been a better basis to build on.
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Food for thinkers 12.5.2012 Boston Globe: Latest
Food for thinkers
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House approves Republican plan for spending cuts 11.5.2012 LA Times: Nation
House approves Republican plan for spending cuts
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Tenure Guidelines are a first step, but much more is needed to ensure peoples’ rights to land and natural resources 11.5.2012 Press releases
The Guidelines on Land, Fisheries and Forests delivered today by the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) are a first essential step but there’s still a long road ahead before peoples’ rights to land, fisheries and forests are fully recognized and respected. Civil Society Organizations’ joint reaction to the Guidelines on Land, Fisheries and Forests delivered today by the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) A first essential ste Notes to Editors List of Civil Society Organizations International and regional: Action Aid ANGOC Arab Network for Food Sovereignty Asian Rural Women’s Coalition CIDSE Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) FIAN International FIMARC (International Federation of Adult Rural Catholic Movements) Food Sovereignty Network South Asia (FSNSA) Friends of the Earth International (FoEI) GROOTS International Huairou Commission: Women, Homes, and Community International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) ...
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House approves Republican plan for spending cuts 11.5.2012 LA Times: Nation
House approves Republican plan for spending cuts
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House OKs social programs cuts to aid Pentagon 11.5.2012 Salt Lake Tribune
By ANDREW TAYLOR The Associated Press Published May 10, 2012 01:16PM MDT Washington • The House on Thursday passed legislation to replace a looming 10 percent cut to the military budget with cuts to domestic programs like food stamps and health care. The partisan 218-199 vote sends the measure to the Senate, where it’s a dead letter with Democratic leaders, who insist on keeping the automatic cuts in place until Republicans agree to a mixture of tax increases and spending cuts to address the nation’s deficit woes. The automatic spending cuts, totaling $110 billion n... ...
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House OKs social programs cuts to aid Pentagon 11.5.2012 Yahoo: Top Stories
The GOP-controlled House has passed legislation to replace a looming 10 percent cut to the military budget with cuts to domestic programs like food stamps and health care.
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House votes to cut food stamps, health care, other social programs to stave off Pentagon trims 11.5.2012 Star Tribune: Politics
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House OKs social programs cuts to aid Pentagon 11.5.2012 Star Tribune: Latest
The GOP-controlled House has passed legislation to replace a looming 10 percent cut to the military budget with cuts to domestic programs like food stamps and health care.
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'The real Hunger Games': a million children at risk as Sahel region suffers punishing drought 10.5.2012 Environmental News Network
The UN warns that a million children in Africa's Sahel region face malnutrition due to drought in region. In all 15 million people face food insecurity in eight nations across the Sahel, a region that is still recovering from drought and a food crisis of 2010. In some countries the situation is worsened by conflict.
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Thousands More Farmers Markets Will Soon Take Food Stamps 10.5.2012 Organic Consumers Association News Headlines

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Jeff Blum: Pentagon Spending and the War on Children 10.5.2012 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
The choice for most of us is clear. When asked, "What would you cut if you have to," Americans chose cuts in military spending over cuts in Social Security or Medicare -- three to one. But poll Congress and you get different answers.
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House OKs social programs cuts to aid Pentagon 10.5.2012 Seattle Times: Politics
The GOP-controlled House has passed legislation to replace a looming 10 percent cut to the military budget with cuts to domestic programs like food stamps and health care.
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Stamp out hunger with donations at the mailbox 10.5.2012 Post-Bulletin: Austin News
Letter carriers are used to their mailbags getting lighter with each stop they make.

Saturday, they'd like to reverse the trend.

This marks the 19th year the National Association of
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20th annual Stamp Out Hunger! food drive is Saturday 10.5.2012 Post-Bulletin: Local News
There's no postage required to help stamp out hunger on Saturday.

Now in its 20th year, the National Association of Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger! effort is the nation's largest single-day food drive.
House GOP plan cuts food stamps, health care, other social programs to stave off Pentagon cuts 10.5.2012 Star Tribune: Politics
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GOP plan cuts social programs to protect Pentagon 10.5.2012 Seattle Times: Politics
Moving to protect the Pentagon, Republicans controlling the House are pressing cuts to food stamps, health care and pensions for federal workers as an alternative to an automatic 10 percent cut to the military come January.
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White House threatens veto of GOP budget bill 10.5.2012 Seattle Times: Politics
The White House says President Barack Obama would veto a Republican budget bill that swaps cuts to domestic programs like food stamps for cuts scheduled to hit the Pentagon and domestic agencies alike in January.
Hunger and Poverty Rises among Older Americans amid Cuts to Safety-Net Programs 9.5.2012 Commondreams.org Newswire

More than 5 million older Americans struggle to put food on the table, and another 3.5 million live in poverty, according to new analysis PDF Icon from Bread for the World.

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