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By: Kieran Cooke
Date: October 5th 2016
Source: Middle East Eye
After food costs spike, Saudis spent billions buying up farm land around the world. Who benefits exactly and can the spree continue?
hey control rice farms in Ethiopia, Sudan and the Philippines, cattle ranches in California and Arizona, wheat fields in Ukraine and Poland, ranches in Argentina and Brazil and shrimp producers in Mauritania.
By: Claudia Ciobanu
Date: 11 July 2016
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation
Residents ranging from fishermen and farmers to mayors and small business owners say water in the lake system of Wielkopolska region in western Poland is disappearing, drying out farmland and jeopardising the region's economic base in agriculture and tourism.
The source of this link is Constitute. The Constitute Project provides the World's constitutions (in English) to read, search and compare.
The source for this link is the government of Poland.
In this exploration of urban and regional dynamics in Poland after the transition, the authors find that the degree of urbanization, and primacy remains low in Poland. The largest cities are not growing at the rate that would be expected if post-transition adjustments were operating freely. As a result, Poland is not fully realizing external economies from urban agglomeration. Internal migration decreased significantly in the 1990s, with rural-to-urban migration declining dramatically.
The authors describe and analyze the emergence of river basin management in the Warta River Basin of Poland. The Warta basin's 55,193 k
Poland has by far the highest hard coal
production of any country in the European Union and hard
coal will continue to play a crucial role regarding energy
security for Poland. Most importantly, hard coal can reduce
both the price and supply risks for Poland associated with
oil and gas imports. Poland has a number of low cost mines
with good quality coal where production can be expanded so
that it is feasible for coal to meet domestic demand without
This book, Financing cities, emphasized
case studies on different topics to look at the interactions
of a range of variables and factors and to see how they fit
together. Rather than require each case to follow the same
format, the authors have structured their papers around the
issues that matter most from their perspective in addressing
the topic in hand. The first part of this book presents case
studies describing the framework established at the national