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Sobah beer; Tanzania's US$119 million plan to end violence against women and children; and new Regenerative Organic Certification

Sobah, an aboriginal-owned, non-alcoholic craft beer company with bush tucker infused beers, has launched on the Gold Coast; Tanzania is becoming a global leader with a

radical US$119 million plan to end violence against women and children; and a new Regenerative Organic Certification in the U.S. requires growers to focus on soil health, carbon sequestration, animal welfare and social fairness

These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• How a new Regenerative Organic Certification in the U.S. requires growers to focus on soil health, carbon sequestration, animal welfare and social fairness. Read more here

• How Sobah, an aboriginal-owned, non-alcolholic craft beer company with bush tucker infused beers, has launched on the Gold Coast. Read more here

• How Tanzania is becoming a global leader with a radical US$119 million plan to end violence against women and children. Read more here

• How tiger numbers have increased in Sathyamangalam, India, thanks to changing reserved forests to protected areas, increasing connectivity between habitats, controlling poaching and restricting people entering forests. Read more here

• How China is imposing an annual fishing ban in the Yellow River between April 1 and June 30 every year starting this year. Read more here

• How you can rescue grapes and other foods from the compost bin by using a few different strategies. Read more here

• How recent research suggests urban farming at all levels is on the rise and in Melbourne, more than two-thirds of the population were at least interested in backyard food production. Read more here

 

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