Digital twin technology is a huge boon for indoor farming and may hold the key to addressing rising global food scarcity.
The sealing industry has evolved but the EU’s ban on seal imports has contributed to the enduring cultural violence experienced by Canadian sealers.
Communities along the bank of the dam have been victims of injustice since the early 1960s.
Modern settlers to Palestine viewed the desert as something they needed to “make bloom.” But it already was, thanks to the long history of Palestinian agricultural systems.
Giraffes are vulnerable to extinction, mainly due to habitat loss and killing for bushmeat markets. The good news is human actions can alleviate that danger.
As the cost-of-living crisis bites into our household budgets, growing or foraging food can save you money.
If Canada wishes to preserve domestic farms and enhance food security, officials must have limits on what they can concede to American and other foreign interests.
It’s part of a decadeslong trend.
Big name food brands are pursuing decarbonisation – but they are squeezing farmers in the process.
Recent study investigated how fast genes are being transferred between distantly related species.
Ecowas regulations on pastoralism discourage big investment in livestock and need to be reformed in line with present day realities.
Farming has made crop plants reliant on synthetic fertilisers, but we can reactivate their ability to engage with beneficial microorganisms and make them more independent.
Ghana and other west African cocoa growing countries must harness their combined bargaining strength to address the challenges plaguing cocoa farming.
A group of agricultural and soil scientists has serious concerns about the way credits are awarded for soil carbon sequestration in Australia.
Financing is available to farmers. What’s in contention is whether what’s available helps farmers enter the industry, expand and grow.
Our research has found 30,000 farm dams which could be used as energy storage. Solar by day, hydro by night.
Using agricultural land for both solar and food production presents huge opportunities for Canadian farmers, especially in Alberta.
Natural hazards like wildfires are adding yet more challenges to the difficulties many migrant workers face.
Contrary to popular views, it was not just uneducated and socially deviant individuals who were engaged in cannabis farming or trade.
Too much red meat – and especially processed meat – is linked to cancer and heart disease. But moderation is the key – alongside better farming practices