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Meet the Qatari farmer growing medicinal plants in the desert
“Torba preserves traditional native plants of the Gulf region. We have heritage seeds and plants, and we grow many other plants from around the world.”
'No rights' for some 10,000 migrant workers in Italy, says ANCI
Around 10,000 migrant farm workers in Italy live in "informal settlements" where they lack rights and are exploited, report the National Association of Italian Ministries (ANCI).
Farmers in northern Italy could run out of water before end of July
Government officials warn that if it doesn’t rain soon there won’t be water for farmers to keep their crops alive.
Meet the Swiss couple giving their cattle a better life, and death
Georg and Claudia Blunier have been living their dream of sustainable farming in the Swiss mountains for 8 years now.
Dutch farmers angry over measures to reduce nitrogen emissions
The Netherlands government unveiled mandate reductions of up to 70% of nitrogen oxides in many places and 95% in other areas to protect nature.
Crops go to waste as UK farmers struggle to find workers
Workers from eastern parts of Europe who were picking crops pre-Brexit have not returned and farmers are having to look for replacements further afield to places like the Far East.
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Meet the film director who built his own house out of hemp
After turning 60 and welcoming his first granddaughter, Steve Barron felt the need to give something back to the planet and began researching how to build a house out of hemp.
World’s largest vertical farm could help the UK cut food miles
Comfortably larger than any other facility of this kind, it is due to open later this year.
Why has this advert been banned from all UK airports?
UK airports have rejected an anti-leather advert on the grounds it might offend customers, animal activists claim.
Regenesis: George Monbiot busts damaging farming myths in his new book
Farming is the greatest cause of environmental destruction, but we have the tools to regenerate, writes Monbiot, in his blistering new book.
African Development Bank invests billions in climate change adaptation
The African Development Bank is investing billions in Africa's economies to help the continent grow and adapt to climate change. Focus reports from the AFDB's annual meeting in Accra, Ghana.
One-third of the world’s corn could be at risk from climate change
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Meet the pig farmer putting animal welfare and sustainability first
Meet the Dutch pig farmer putting animal welfare and sustainability first
Shocking rise in toxic pesticides on European fruit, says study
Is the fruit and veg you’re buying laced with cancer causing chemicals?
Growing vegetables in seawater could be the answer to feeding billions
Freshwater is becoming increasingly scarce and some farms are looking for alternatives.
Climate change in court: German farmer sues Volkswagen
Why are a car manufacturer and farmer in court over climate change?
Swiss brothers seek to save the Swiss mountains by bottling it as gin
As young Swiss people move to the cities for jobs and opportunities, three brothers are determined to help sustain the economy of their small mountainous village by bottling up original liquors
As G7 commits to banning Russian oil, is fermented fuel the answer?
Wheat husks, pulped sugar beets and onion peelings could help curb Europe’s energy crisis, as farmers brew up biogas from agricultural waste.
Ukrainian farmers export their harvest via Romania
Neighbouring countries are updating their port infrastructure to help with international exports, while Ukrainian farmers call the bomb squad to defuse undetonated explosives.
How war is hitting Ukraine's farmers and menacing world food supplies
Nearly 25 million tonnes of grains are stuck in Ukraine and unable to leave the country.
Could human urine replace chemical fertilisers?
French researchers and NGOs have been experimenting with human urine-based fertilisers and the result have been promising.
Cow face masks could help cut methane emissions from burps
The innovative design has won a nearly €60,000 prize backed by Prince Charles to help develop the idea in the future.
Frankenchickens: How supermarkets ‘profit off nightmarish cruelty'
"It's story about animal cruelty, essentially, on an industrial scale."
Self-sufficient hideaways: From private islands to Italian farms
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Natural born winemakers: Brothers transform their family vineyard
Wines made with 'minimal intervention' have taken the viticultural world by storm in recent years. Here's how it's done in Germany.
'Kulning': The art behind the ancient Scandinavian cow herding call
Kulning is a vocal technique which developed in central Sweden in the Middle Ages, used to call cattle back to small seasonal farms. Today, it's become an art form in its own right.