Warning comes as shops struggle to fill shelves and farmers' union reports wheat yields are at lowest level since 1980s
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Reflecting what the UW System president calls a "cultural evolution" that has transformed universities into drivers of local economies, the chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and his family will soon move to a stone Tudor mansion bought last week by the school's private foundation.
Pollution prevention is shifting from reducing toxic effluents to making consumer products safer. A proposed California regulation hopes to lead the way.
Three thousand new cases of Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL), a form of blood cancer, appear in the United States each year.
The boss of French clothing firm Zadig & Voltaire has apologised for saying that Chinese tourists would not be welcome at an exclusive new hotel planned by the company in Paris.
One out of every eight people in the world is chronically undernourished, the United Nations' food agencies said on Tuesday, and aid groups warned that rising food prices could reverse
Former Pennsylvania State University football coach Jerry Sandusky was ordered to spend
International-development experts have expressed much concern about the brain drain of African scholars to universities in North America and Europe.
In Guatemala’s vast Maya Biosphere Reserve, conservation groups are battling to preserve a unique rainforest now under threat from Mexican drug cartels, Salvadoran drug gangs, and Chinese-backed groups illegally logging prime tropical hardwoods.
PepsiCo, in partnership with Columbia University, has created a tool that can calculate the carbon footprint of thousands of products within minutes.