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Spain is asking for aid from the European Commission to help its farmers after the country was hit by a historic drought
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Italy’s farmers suffered through record-breaking droughts last summer. Winter has brought little relief.
Climate change is ‘freezing’ almond blossoms in Spain
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Food experts ‘deeply disappointed’ by COP27 approach to agriculture
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UK businesses struggling in new 'post-Brexit' reality
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