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7th May, 2014 (Water conservation) The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (defending Australia against global climate change) said its Water Conservation Report 2015, which will be released today, supported and strengthened actions and support initiatives to implement water conservation policies in Australia’s agricultural sectors, as well as providing strong support for research and policy innovation. The report highlighted the need for a greater role for small farmers and the development of an Australian-wide agricultural health promotion strategy to더킹카지노 reduce rural-scale water consumption, as well as the need for action to support the development of the world’s most important agricultural resource – water.
4th May, 2014 (Crop industry) The Australian Wheat Board has announced that it is considering a plan to reduce its share of global wheat pro더킹카지노duction to around a quarter of its level in 2002 by 2020. This would reduce global wheat production from a record 8.9 billion bushels in 2002 to just below 3 billion in 2020. The reduction in wheat production would also require reductions in wheat products from other cereal crops and reduced consumption of sugar, rice and corn. A Wheat Board spokesperson said: “We support crop insurance products in Australia and we are in favour of any such policy or other measures that we can make to make farming more competitive. Farmers are responding to these developments by investing more and more in our new crop insurance products and we will continue to support that growth.”
4th May, 2014 (Australia) The Australian Greens released a document on climate change written by environmental lawyer and climate change expert David Marr, which was largely inspired by the work of David and Michael Steedman of Carbon Brief, and 바카라사이트argues that Australia needs to have a public discussion on what it means to protect ourselves from climate change. They also urge the public to speak up against the climate change that they see and say that climate change is “a threat to everyone”.
4th May, 2014 (Criminalizing torture) An Italian court sentenced a Canadian man to 12 years in prison for torture and other crimes against humanity. The sentencing was the result of a case of torture from February 2013, where a Libyan man claimed that “human experiments have taken place in my country and are going on in our houses and we haven’t seen any justice.” The judge was concerned with the possibility of “slanderous media rumors and slanderous messages” and could therefore refuse to release the accused person to the Libyan authorities without first appealing to the UN to investigate the torture committed against him. Although th