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Nancy Jones Abeiderrahmane is an English woman living in Mauritania who recently published a book about her extraordinary life in the desert.
Plants might be the source of a new renewable fuel for planes, or new greener ingredients to replace fossil resources used to produce plastics.
The Spanish economy is showing growth again, up 0.4 percent in the first and second quarter of 2014.
One explanation for the growth is the
Pollinators like bumblebees are declining in Europe. What are the causes, the consequences and the possible solutions?
Researchers know that the
Is it possible to produce fertilizer from animal bones? And what are the potential benefits for agriculture and the environment? To find out Futuris
People attending the International Agriculture Show in Paris are interested in all phases of agricultural and livestock breeding processes. And one
Until March 2, the exhibition centre at Porte de Versailles in Paris is hosting the 51st edition of the International Agricultural Show, an important
Methane from cows’ farts and burps caused an explosion in a German town, police say.
Their flatulence and belching led to a build up of gas in the
Growing soil salinity is one of the greatest threats to agriculture around the world. In Australia particularly, soil and dry land salinity are two
The nose. It belongs to Karine Vinchon-Spehner, one of the great French perfume creators, a real artist in the fragile world of fragrances. Her
On a huge, 100 hectare corn field near Berlin, a unique research campaign is underway.
Here, researchers are mixing fertilisers with water and
What if your county needs more agriculture than engineering graduates? Can education be manipulated to raise awareness of certain issues facing the
The Philippines have a rich and unique history. In the final edition of our four-part series ‘Philippine Life’, we take the heritage trail and
Farm subsidies represent the largest slice of the EU’s proposed budget for 2014 -2020. Negotiations are at a critical stage on revamping the Common
The second harvest of the year is being prepared in potato fields in Xylophagou, a speciality of the region in the south of Cyprus.
But water from
City life, its speed, excitement, variety, culture and job opportunities act as a magnet for young people.
But not everyone of a certain age yearns
While traditional agricultural methods can be very productive it is still important to keep up with new developments, as demand for foodstuffs grows
A new irrigation system – Waterbee – is set to reduce costs and save water.
John O’Flaherty, the project coordinator for Waterbee, explained
Alex Taylor, Euronews presenter: “What are we going to eat tomorrow? To what extent should the EU take a close look at what is on our plates
For over a decade, the Democratic Republic of Congo had been ravaged by what many refer to as Africa’s first world war. The fighting was concentrated