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Collaboration receives £450K to explore food, energy, water and environment interactions in Ethiopia

Collaboration receives £450K to explore food, energy, water and environment interactions in Ethiopia

Soil research in Ethiopia (c) James Hutton Institute
"It is key to work with Ethiopian researchers and stakeholders to identify potential mechanisms which can help farmers in Ethiopia to become better equipped to cope with drought

A collaboration involving the James Hutton Institute and the University of Aberdeen has been awarded approximately £450K to carry out two research projects into building resilience to drought in Ethiopia and the interaction between organic resource use and food, energy and water.

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This article was originally posted by The James Hutton Institute