Growing plants take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it as carbon in their tissues. This means that plant growth – especially that of trees – can help reduce the effects of rising carbon dioxide levels, which contribute to global warming. Scientists struggled for decades respond react computer models that accurately predict how plants and soils with increasing carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere – .
Roijmans Frank, Executive Director of Institutional Affairs / Family Planning at Organon says: ‘We are proud of the opportunity to in this Agreement with USAID, a global leader in the field of reproductive health commodity security developing countries developing countries we plan to actively participate in international MDGs contribute and the global Reproductive Health Commodity Security This agreement is therefore good news and makes us reach closer to our goals ‘. (more…)