Rising temperatures are causing challenges for smallholders in one of the world's top coffee producing countries.
Two farmers have created a service that allows you to receive produce on-demand and help reduce food waste.
Farm of the Future is a project in partnership with the EU Commission's 'Farm to Fork' strategy. It uses the latest technology and innovations to produce sustainable agriculture for a healthier planet.
Wijnand Sukkel works for Farm of the Future in the Netherlands. This project is harnessing technology and innovative production to make farming sustainable. Sukkels knows what is needed to turn agriculture around.
Internet of Thing startup Hiber BV is tackling environmental issues by cutting down on waste.
As their popularity has skyrocketed, the scaly green fruit has gained a controversial environmental record.
One of the EU's green goals is to reduce the use of harmful pesticides by 50% by 2030. To achieve this goal, educational initiatives and new methods are being taught to new generation of farmers across Europe.
'Farm to Fork' is a new Euronews’ mini-series focused on Europe’s green transformation of its food production, distribution and consumption systems.
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde is merging art and tech to help crops grow faster and more sustainably.
The latest protests came a day after India's agriculture minister defended the laws in parliament, dampening hopes of a settlement.
A backlash against ‘sensationalist’ celebrity tweets emerges, as farmers continue to strike on the streets of India.
Authorities had agreed to allow tens of thousands of farmers to stage a tractor rally as long as they waited for the military parade to end.
Overcoming harsh growing conditions, desert winemakers have some lessons for Europe's warming wineries.
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Olive producers in Greece say the harvest will fall by up to a fifth this year because the pandemic is preventing the arrival of seasonal workers
They say the laws, which were approved by parliament in September, could cause the government to stop buying grain at guaranteed prices and result in exploitation by corporations that would buy crops at cheap prices.
The issue of ownership and access to land is important for the environment too.