Photo of the Week: Celebrating Earth’s Diversity

April 20, 2012

The Earth is good to us. It offers up countless bounties that feed and sustain more than 7 billion people – from corn in the Midwest to coffee in Central America to cocoa in West Africa. On Earth Day 2012, TechnoServe joins the world in celebrating the amazing diversity of our planet – and committing to protect it.


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The Earth is good to us. It offers up countless bounties that feed and sustain more than 7 billion people – from corn in the Midwest to coffee in Central America to cocoa in West Africa.

On Earth Day 2012, TechnoServe joins the world in celebrating the amazing diversity of our planet – and committing to protect it. As the world grows, so does the need to increase food production. TechnoServe is working to ensure a sustainable future for both the planet and the men and women who work the land in developing countries.

Learn more about TechnoServe’s approach to promoting environmental sustainability.

 

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