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AGCO Agriculture Foundation Launches Call for Applications for Grant

NonProfit PRO

AGCO Agriculture Foundation announced the launch of its refined Call for Applications for Grant 2023 for the advancement of quality education, research, and innovation in agriculture. The Foundation invites nonprofits and institutions registered as charitable or nonprofit organizations to apply for grant funding.

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At Least $2.1 Billion in New Funds Pledged at COP28, as Foundations Focus On Health and Agriculture

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

billion in new financing to reduce climate impacts, especially from agriculture, and increasing help for vulnerable communities. With the United Nations climate talks wrapping up in Dubai, foundations and other funders pledged at least $2.1

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5 AgTech Must-Haves for Smarter Agriculture Software

Nonprofit Marketing Insights by GlobalOwls

5 AgTech Must-Haves for Smarter Agriculture Software The agricultural industry has come a long way since the days of manual labor and traditional farming methods. Today, technology plays a vital role in modern agriculture, allowing farmers and agriculture workers to increase productivity, reduce waste, and make more informed decisions.

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Understanding Farmworkers’ Agricultural Dust Exposure Risk

NonProfit Quarterly

Agricultural farming has always been difficult, often dangerous work. It doesn’t help that the agricultural industry is one of the biggest contributors to air pollution, making dust exposure particularly hazardous for farmworkers. Agricultural farming has always been difficult and often dangerous work. And he’s not wrong.

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18 Grant Makers Promise $302 Million to Aid Farmers in Climate Efforts

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Prest Yassine Gaidi, Anadolu, Getty Images At COP28, a group of grant makers pledged money to protect agriculture from climate disruption. Above, a peanut farmer in Nabeul, Tunisia in November.

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IBM and Google Commit $150 Million for Quantum Computing

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Prest Plus, the University of Kentucky has received $100 million for its College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, and Yosemite National Park will use a $17 million grant to restore its most popular trails and make other improvements.

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Who Knows Agroforestry Best?

Stanford Social Innovation Review

Lacerda , Leandro Bonfim & Joel Bothello Current scientific approaches to agricultural sustainability may in some contexts prove counterproductive to environmental preservation. By Evelyn R. Nimmo , André E.