More than 40 per cent of natural wetlands in the Canadian Prairies have been lost due to drainage, and the impacts associated with this are largely unmitigated.
Nationals’ concerns about the effects on regional Australia are legitimate, but greater forces in favour of a net-zero emissions target will likely push the policy over the line.
Nigeria’s post COVID-19 economic recovery plan has resulted in only marginal improvements in economic growth, manufacturing and foreign direct investment.
By spending $2 billion each year for about 30 years, we could restore much of Australia’s severely denuded landscapes.
British countryside management needs a new co-ordinated approach, a researcher argues.
Child labour rates, and potentially other sensitive subjects, are not being measured accurately
Critics have said that ranching is environmentally unsustainable because it results in land degradation. There are other reasons it’s not the solution.
Excessive heat puts your body at risk for organ damage. When workers don’t have a chance to cool off at home between shifts, that harm can accumulate.
Field trials of genetically edited crop plants are to be allowed in England under new government proposals.
This grass may hold the key to improving milk yields from cows kept by small-scale farmers across the African continent.
Some Nationals want agriculture carved out of any net-zero target. Cutting emissions from farms won’t be easy, but it’s essential.
Smallholder rice farmers in Ghana should be supported by the government to access finance needed to adopt modern technologies for greater productivity.
Elephants avoided areas where others were poached.
Ghana is losing out the booming global cashew industry in terms
of job and revenue generations.
Zimbabwe’s 2021 bumper harvest is a welcome development but, it’s important to know what’s behind this success and what challenges remain.
A large amount of methane emissions come from natural gas infrastructure and landfills – all problems companies know how to fix.
Small and medium-scale farmers and agri-businesses in Southern and Eastern Africa, which are at the heart of inclusive food value chains, are not receiving fair prices for their produce.
Dried foods are a staple in many Aussie diets, but the industry is under threat as recurring drought makes fruit and vegetables harder to process.
The hidden costs of industrial food production include immense health and environmental impacts. These include millions of deaths, climate change, pollution and biodiversity loss.
A new study provides a detailed way to calculate the climate impact of food production, which could lead to more sustainable farming policies and methods.