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An article in the New York Times has sparked a stir for the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture.
According to the report, the European Union's agricultural subsidies are not reaching their intended destination, but rather populist politicians and their business circles.
The ANTEA project studies 40 edible flowers in an initiative financed by the EU Cohesion Policy
The European Commission had to defend itself and its CAP policies from criticism after the New York Times gave details about how oligarchs in Central Europe use EU funds for their circles.
Insect biomass in the forest the scientists studied decreased by approximately 40% since 2008 and the situation is "even more alarming" in grasslands where it has decreased to only one-third of its former level.
Not only do small distillers generate local jobs and revenue, they are increasingly a huge draw for tourists looking to experience the unique craft and heritage of Europe’s spirit sector.
Farmers say they are unfairly blamed for high nitrogen emissions and are demanding an "independent party" measures farms' emissions.
On this episode, we start off in the republic of Congo where a showcase of some of the best of African fashion has taken place. Plus, what does it mean when you hear of the digitalization of agricultu
'The Other Bar proves a combination of technology and consumer choice can tackle poverty.'
5,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians cultivated the chicory plants which are not only beautiful but health boosting. And even today, the plant’s healing qualities are still revealing themselves.
Every year, 33 million tonnes of soybeans are imported into the Old Continent, mostly from Brazil and the United States.
Increasing agricultural production, living in more environmentally friendly buildings and on a more human scale are the goals of various technology projects in Serbia and Slovenia.
Could do better: two commission candidates failed to impress MEPs - the Home Affairs nominee and the Pole tipped to lead Agriculture policy, They will face further questions. And we profile the Belgian candidate for the justice portfolio - whose political pedigree puts him in good stead.
Dutch farmers taking part in a protest that involves driving their tractors to The Hague resulted in the "busiest rush hour ever" in the Netherlands.
Guiding the shoots and grafting branches allows the chair to grow fully formed and is a sustainable alternative to the carbon-heavy process of cutting down trees to make furniture.
The France-based Castel Group has started growing corn in Angola’s fertile Malanje Province, in one example of how international companies are helping Angola diversify its economy.
With the production of major crops expected to be down by 50% in the next 30 years due to climate change, lawmakers and environmental activists are searching for ways to protect the future of agriculture.
Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials.
This demonstration is to mark the 10 year anniversary of a protest which saw Belgian dairy farmers spray 3 million litres of milk over the very same field they're in now. Farmers want to see quotas set to boost prices.
Projections using a high-end emission scenario estimate that yields of crops like wheat, corn and sugar beet could decrease by up to 50% in southern Europe by 2050.
Mining Angola's golden harvest in Malanje province
On this week's episode of Futuris, Euronews visits a hazelnut orchard in Italy to see how the new generation of robots can help farmers and agronomists make agriculture cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
Resistance to antibiotics could pose a greater threat to human survival than climate change, Britain's chief medical officer has warned.
The pool is free and the only rule is that the children must have clean feet to climb aboard.
Romania is going ahead with the controversial export of 70,000 live sheep to the Persian Gulf. That is despite Brussels urging them not to because “extreme temperatures” would make it impossible to guarantee the animals would not suffer in transit.
The project was organised by the "Urban Shepherds" collective, to encourage cities to rethink urban and rural divides and integrate more farm animals into day-to-day living.
Traditional tools came to the fore in Russia at the weekend with the holding of an annual scything competition.