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A Quick Look at the Urbanization of Sweden’s Rural Population

Historically, the majority of Sweden’s population lived in rural areas, as every family owned small farms prior to the advent of the age of industrialization. Eventually, tractors and other mechanical equipment paved the way for automation, which replaced most of the manual work rendered by farm owners and their workers. As the use of pesticides […]

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Manga : Encouraging People to Save Japan’s Dwindling Agriculture

Japan only has 13% of its total land area arable and simultaneously, while having the highest degree of industrialization in the entire Asian region;  making crop production a critical concern. Some crops such as rice, are grown in steep lands that have been terraced to make mountainside cultivation and irrigation possible. Japanese economic experts have […]

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Tampa Bay Debates Over Climate Change Have Ceased as Talks Now Focus on Solutions

Climate change in Florida is a constant debate between Deniers and Believers or between Red and Blue, yet in Tampa Bay, discussions now focus on solutions. In fact the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, has tasked the Tampa Bay Regional Resiliency Coalition to forge solutions for protecting the 29 municipalities of the region, being the […]

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Agricultural Folks Have Also Taken a Liking to Ebikes

Generally, lifestyles in rural farms are characterized as full of activities. Yet even in these areas, there’s been an increased demand for electric bicycles. Apparently, a lot of rural folks have taken a liking to using a high-powered, mountain ebike for off-road travels, especially during non-farming seasons when the weather is less than friendly but […]

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