Tag: Agriculture

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How a new seed gives Guatemalans a way out of hunger and bad health Making everyday staples more nutritious is one way to tackle malnutrition. A new seed in Guatemala is doing just that Agriculture Food Society
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‘Without it, I might be dead’: the garden that saves lives People in Rio are digging deep to create the world’s largest urban garden. As well as feeding families, the project brings other benefits Agriculture Environment Food Society
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‘A shining light’: the care farms supporting people with mental health challenges From children at risk of exclusion to adults with dementia, people are mucking in on care farms as a form of therapy Agriculture Body & Mind Health Wellbeing
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Organic diet ‘dramatically reduces exposure to toxic pesticides’ A report has found that levels of glyphosate in adults and children fell significantly after just one week of eating organic Agriculture Environment Health Wellbeing
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Farms of the future: the Paris rooftops at the heart of an urban revolution The world's largest urban farm is scheduled to open in Paris this month, producing around 1,000kg of organic produce per day Agriculture Environment Food
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Spotlight on soil: farming returns to its roots Agriculture typically accounts for 10 per cent of the UK’s emissions. But some farmers are taking a radical new approach – one that boosts b... Agriculture Environment Food
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