Dale Buss

Agricultural waste plagues Sub-Saharan Africa, where several nations straddle the world’s largest desert with its arid winds, and the choking humidity of one of the globe’s largest rainforests. A dedicated cadre of specialists there have been battling the problem for decades, and simple technologies are helping them, but governments’ lack of funding, ineptitude, and recalcitrance continue to undermine their efforts.

“The future of development means putting post-harvest losses on the agenda, but f…

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Dale Buss, contributing editor, is an award-winning journalist and book author whose career has included reporting for The Wall Street Journal, where he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize ([email protected]).

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