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Food insecurity in developing countries

Zulfiquer Ahmed Amin. In a world where obesity is epidemic in some countries, 25,000 people die daily of hunger and poverty in others. Some 840 million people in the world don't have enough food for their daily needs. The great majority of them -- 799 million -- live in developing countries in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.

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China Mulls Tax for Environmental Protection

JANUARY 07, 2008 07:53. China will introduce a tax plan to improve its deteriorating environment, with the heaviest restrictions to be applied to Beijing, the venue for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

 

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Chinese Action Plan on Environment and Health (2007-2015)

To further develop scientific proceeding of works concerning environment and people's health, guarantee the goals set by the 11th Five-Year Plan to come true and promote the sustainable development of economy and society, 18 ministries, committee, and other authorities jointly worked out China's Action Plan on Environment and Health (2007-2015), which was released on the website of the Ministry of Public Health on Nov. 12. Local authorities are required to implement the action plan based on regional circumstances.

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