Soil degradation is a huge challenge for farmers around the world. But new research is showing how farmers can balance crop yields with protecting the environment.
Adopting more environmentally conscious farm models would safeguard our agricultural exports, cut emissions and help protect nature.
Due to warfare, ploughing and planting was not timely in Tigray. This may lead to a second year with failed crops.
Food waste is responsible for 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.
Evidence shows protecting name of products associated with specific area brings community benefits.
The basic payments scheme that sustains 90% of farmers will be gone by 2028, but the reductions are biting already.
A technology arms war is escalating as high-tech thieves attempt to steal expensive equipment from farmers.
New ABARES research examines the climate change challenge facing Australian farmers
A new report calls for a greener and fairer food system in England.
At the centre of the persisting violence in the north-central region of Nigeria is bad governance.
Egg production standards are about more than just a happy compromise. Hens are sentient, intelligent beings. Like us, they deserve a good life.
Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire’s best option is to control and restrict supply instead of simply adding a price premium.
If problems in such schemes are not addressed, the credibility of soil carbon trading will be undermined. Ultimately the climate - and the planet - will be the loser.
Autonomous robots hold great promise for the agricultural sector, but it’s vital that the public gets a say in their creation.
International trade policy is back in British politicians’ hands.
The collapse of local government in small towns is beginning to affect investment in farming, and the ability of agribusinesses to operate.
A changing climate threatens the balance that communities in drylands have created.
Realities on the ground tell a different story from the claim that a Green Revolution ensures food security and increased income for smallholder farmers in Ghana.
Renewables form an ever-greater share of the electricity mix. But elsewhere in the energy sector – in transport, industry and buildings – emissions reduction is very slow.
Many flood-ravaged homes have not been repaired, while others are infested with mould. Farmers are dealing with financial stress and the memories of livestock killed in traumatic circumstances.