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Start-ups use AI to provide cover against climate shocks in developing countries
Farmers Business Network says it is still ‘challenging incumbent players’ in grain markets
Draft law would bar six commodities produced in at-risk areas from sale in single market
Diaspora money is starting to green a nation that has been neglected by many international donors
Long-term experiments shed light on farming practices that make land more productive
State-backed investment company has spent $8bn backing lab-grown meat and alternative food start-ups
Agricultural food sectors accounted for a third of greenhouse gas emissions in 2019
From garlic-infused pellets to face masks — the lengths employed by farmers to cut greenhouse gas emissions
Country is fertile ground for novel sustainable methods but must overcome cost and cultural barriers
Snarl-up reflects wider UK supply chain problems with post-Brexit labour shortages at their roots
Other countries may reap the benefits, jobs and profits of pioneering techniques from British scientists
Excessive export taxes will hit the farmers’ ability to invest in production and stifle output
2 Sisters owner Ranjit Boparan asks the government to support two fertiliser plants that were shut by gas price surge
Unprecedented labour shortages have left hundreds of tonnes of produce rotting in the fields
Most polluting sectors such as dairy receive most state support, while health and environment costs total $12tn a year
Nutella maker’s push to shorten its supply chain stokes environmental backlash in rural communities
Country’s CAP funds will be diverted to ecological schemes and less intensive farming
Products from coffee to oranges affected by drought and chilly temperatures
House prices are increasing in almost every major economy in the wake of the pandemic
Changing temperatures across the globe are shifting the seasons and the crops that farmers can grow
New issuance standards are helping drive a surge in sustainability-linked loans