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Hundreds of opposition supporters rallied in the Armenian capital on Wednesday, urging the government to unblock a vital road to the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Excessive use of chemical fertilizers is causing soil health degradation in Bangladesh, putting the country’s food security at risk
Sri Lanka’s agriculture authorities are planning to grab 14,000 acres of paddy
The project on Promoting Responsible Governance of Investment in Land (RGIL) organized a Training of Trainers (ToT) on responsible land investment for 29 experts drawn from federal institutions, civil society organizations and investor associations.
Vietnam has accelerated its island building in the South China Sea where China has fully militarized three of its artificial islands, with Hanoi reclaiming about 80% of new land in the last year, a new study found.
To create housing, maintain its negative carbon status and sustainably manage its forests, Bhutan is embarking on creating a climate-smart forest economy.
Dans sa thèse de doctorat soutenue le 10 décembre à Brazzaville sur le thème « La propriété foncière en République du Congo », Elie Jean-Pierre Nongou a proposé au législateur congolais de faire l’effort de légiférer à partir des réalités des fonctionnements sociaux et non à partir des concepts idéologiques désincarnés.
Attempts to re-expropriate assets of Sri Lanka’s privatized commercial plantations on the pretext of being under-utilized will undermine property rights and discourage investors, officials and analysts said.
Farmers say oil giant’s tree-planting scheme has barred them from their fields and threatens livelihoods
In Tanzania the grace period for land rent defaulters expires on December 31, 2022. The Ministry of Land, Housing and Human Settlement reports increased monthly collection with payment of land rents and fees increasing between 40-60 per cent.