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The misuse of pesticides, some of them banned, in northern Ghana is affecting the health of farmers badly as well as contaminating crops.
Catholic bishops in Kenya told people to eat genetically modified foods to check starvation amidst a catastrophic drought in the Horn of Africa.
The Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria plans to establish business and agricultural enterprises to bring Christians and Muslims together.
A chaplain running a dedicated helpline for gay farmers has received a steady number of calls from men struggling to cope with their sexuality.
Ways and means of improving food production in Britain and internationally are being discussed in Edinburgh today at a Church of Scotland conference.
The Green Party has become the latest group to criticise proposals to construct a 3,770-cow "mega-dairy". They say it would be a "bad move" for agriculture.
Amidst new warnings about crop failures, Friends of the Earth have said that eating “less, but better quality” meat is vital to the struggle against climate change.
Voicing concern over an aggressive agricultural policy that can damage the environment and displace thousands of rural workers and indigenous communities, is not pessimism - it is the manifestation of
Public bodies could bring about significant improvements in UK farming by ensuring that they buy their food from sustainable and ethical sources, according to Friends of the Earth.
The world’s 1.4 billion small-scale farmers must be prioritised for support and investment if the world is to boost food production by 70% over the next 40 years, international development charity Progressio declares.
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