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Farming tax vital to Denmark's climate target, says government adviser
Farming in Denmark is expected to account for 40 per cent of emissions by 2030 if no new policies are introduced.
Coffee lovers are ‘increasing inequalities’. Is there a better way?
Coffee growers are are turning to indoor, hydroponic and vertical farming amidst the climate crisis.
Could baby kangaroo poo reduce methane from cows?
Livestock farming is the biggest human-caused source of methane. Scientists have come up with another way to tackle the gas.
What’s the greenest way to gift flowers this Valentine’s?
Roses are red, but not very green. Here's how to gift flowers responsibly this Valentine’s.
Which European country exports the most fur?
Support for the fur industry in Europe is dwindling, yet some EU countries are still big exporters.
Tourism could make the ‘eighth wonder of the world’ history
The Banaue Rice Terraces were carved into the mountain by hand by the ancestors of the Igorot people.
Back from the brink: On the tail of the 'mythical' grey wolf in France
By 1937, the European grey wolf had disappeared in France. Now the Office of Biodiversity is tracking its return.
Why are UK farms going ‘veganic’? Meet the green agriculture pioneers
A British farmer who gave up cows to grow vegan cereal has been recognised by PETA's new Farming Awards.
Meet the futuristic farmer growing vegetables vertically in Georgia
“Vertical farming can help us grow more vegetables with less space, less water, and zero pesticides,” says Tusya Garibashvili, who co-founded of Space Farms.
Gone nuts: What new foods can UK grow due to climate change?
England baked in 40C temperatures last summer leaving farmers looking for crops that can survive in a changing climate.
How this Turkish city is transforming its energy supply
The Antalya region accounts for one fifth of Turkish fruit and vegetable exports and is being reinvigorated by solar power.
Are floating farms the solution to floods and rising sea levels?
A floating farm in the Dutch city of Rotterdam aims to be a climate-adaptive, sustainable alternative to traditional and modern farming.
Hydroponics: Inside the refugee camp growing veg without soil
The new technique may prove to be a "climate change buster" in rural and semi-urban areas in Zimbabwe and beyond. Here's how it works.
How it feels to eat lab-grown chicken after 7 years as a vegetarian
I tried cultivated meat while covering COP27 in Egypt - and left hungry to learn more about how big a climate solution it really is.
UK food shortages: What is disappearing from supermarket shelves?
Empty shelves and soaring prices are set to impact British consumers this winter.
Catalonia introduces restrictions on water use as Spain prays for rain
The measures will affect 6.7 million people - 80 per cent of the region's population.
The young Swiss farmers rethinking soil for the future of food
Matthias and Sam are modern-day farmers who love to experiment.
Farmers in India are fighting climate change using nature
It's estimated that over 40 per cent of the world's land is already degraded.
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.
Sheep and goats parade cross Madrid in echo of past practice
Visitors to the Spanish capital were in for a surprise on Sunday as hundreds of sheep and goats were herded through the city to honour a tradition as old as time.