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'What drives me is the unjustness': Idris Elba's food security fight
British actor Idris Elba has returned to World Economic Forum in a very different role.
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Interview with Edie Mukiibi, the new president of Slow Food
Edie Mukiibi, a Ugandan farmer, agronomist and activist, speaks to us about leading a global movement committed to justice in the food system and bolstering food security in Africa.
Food experts ‘deeply disappointed’ by COP27 approach to agriculture
The Koronivia Dialogue got a new lease of life, but experts were 'disappointed’ to see a systems-based approach cut from the text.
UK businesses struggling in new 'post-Brexit' reality
Food production in the UK is slowing down and many farmers say they are finding it difficult to cope. Some businesses are now are even calling for Britain to re-enter the single market.
Protests go on at French farm reservoir site after clashes with police
France's worst drought on record this summer has sharpened debate over water resources in the European Union's biggest agricultural sector.
‘Our food systems are broken’: Can COP27 help fix agriculture?
For the first time at the UN climate conference, a food pavilion will help put agroecology and other solutions on the agenda.
Farmers protest against New Zealand’s proposed ‘cow burp tax’
Farmers in New Zealand gathered in city and town centres on Thursday, driving tractors and pickup trucks and carrying signs to protest the government's plan to tax agricultural emissions.
Arctic doomsday vault helps countries prepare for the unknown
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault hits 1.2 million seed deposits as countries brace for climate and war-induced food insecurity.
Climate change wreaks havoc with Georgia’s emerging wine market
Winemakers in many of the country's microclimate zones fear this summer's drought and scorching temperatures will affect output after export volumes soared last year.
Meet the DJs who ditched city life to become organic farmers
Carmina is from the big city where she worked in international trade. But one day she decided to give it all up for the rural life: running an organic farm.
These tricks could convince shoppers to buy ‘wonky’ veg
Why not ditch ‘perfect’ veggies on International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste?
Dutch agriculture minister resigns after farmers kick up a stink
Henk Staghouwer was only in post for nine months.
Could solar panels provide farms with shade and added revenue?
Large-scale solar installations are becoming popular in agriculture - but getting the right mix of crop and solar is hard.
Could Irish farmers be forced to kill cattle to meet climate targets?
Ireland's agriculture sector accounts for 37.5 per cent of the country's greenhouse gas emissions and faces stringent cuts to meet climate targets.
How the tobacco industry is sending Zimbabwe’s forests up in smoke
Around 60,000 hectares of forests are burnt every year to cure tobacco, as farmers lack the space to grow their own trees.
Misleading beer festival video claims to show Italian farmers' protest
The footage actually shows an organised tractor beer festival that celebrates the local agriculture industry.
Kenya drought crisis: ‘I pray we get rain by the mercy of God’
Four consecutive failed rainy seasons have caused crippling food insecurity and malnutrition in Kenya.
Why is this Basque farmer fighting to revive this colourful corn?
In the 1950s, the introduction of hybrid corn varieties made the traditional Basque corn virtually extinct. Now a group of farmers are reviving it.
Anxiety grows for Ukraine's grain farmers as harvest begins
Over 20 million tonnes of last year's crop still cannot reach their destinations because of Russia's blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports.
Microplastics found in two thirds of meat and dairy for the first time
73 per cent of the products they tested contained microplastics - the material left behind when plastics decompose.