AFRICA: Cotton made in Africa cuts ecological footprint
By Leonie Barrie | 7 December 2012
The ecological footprint of cotton from the Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) initiative has been found to be "considerably smaller" than conventionally grown cotton, according to a new study.
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