The Earth's natural resources like food, water and forests are being depleted at an alarming speed, causing hunger, conflict, social unrest and species extinction, experts at a climate and health c

Melbourne has edged out long-time front-runner Vancouver to be rated the world's most liveable city, a world-wide survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit said Tuesday.

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The food price hike in 2011 has forced the poor to work harder, eat less, live more frugally than ever before, and draw on any resources or assets that they have to cope with the situation.

It was revealed in a research report released on Wednesday by the Institute of Development Studies and Oxfam GB at the latter

The people of Zimbabwe have to cope with a difficult political situation, but they also face many other problems daily. Climate change is making entire areas of land infertile and may halve crop yields by 2020. Zimbabwe

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Surat: In a major setback to Surat

Urban farming has for years served as a vital input in the livelihood strategies of urban households in Zimbabwe.

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Harare shoppers in an almost empty supermaket. Opening up the international market for Zimbabwe's controversial diamonds could pull the country out of financial crisis.

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Surat: While diamonds from controversial mines of Zimbabwe continue to be imported into the country via Dubai and other centres, diamantaires are facing a real worry about the United States (US) — world’s biggest diamond consuming market — banning import of non-approved diamonds.

Canadian city of Vancouver has been named as the world's most livable city, while Delhi and Mumbai are being placed at 113th and 117th position, respectively, in an annual survey of livability that assesses living conditions in 140 global cities.