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The future of our food resources depends on one small insect – the western honey bee, or Apis mellifera. Indeed, it is the most important agricultural pollinator on our planet, given that one third of our food supply depends directly on pollination from bees. This documentary tells the story of a worldwide ecological disaster that has been waiting to happen for several generations.
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The new interest shown by brewing giants ought to signal that the world’s next great urban labor force will be bigger than those of China and India.
The beer aisle at a Nakumatt Holdings Ltd. supermarket in Nairobi, Kenya.
Photographer: Riccardo Gangale/Bloomberg

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A three-way fight over control of Africa’s beer industry may be approaching its endgame.  
The tussle between Heineken NV, Diageo Plc and units of Anheuser-Busch InBev SA for control of the world’s youngest continent has been going on for decades. Heineken’s acquisition of South African winemaker Distell Group Holdings Ltd. and Namibia Breweries Ltd. to create a 4 billion euro business, announced this week, may be a final piece of the puzzle.