Over the past seven years, nearly two thirds of tropical forest loss in Latin America, Southeast Asia and Africa was driven by commercial agriculture. A major share of this loss was caused by illegal forest clearing.

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Excess of a single nutrient, such as nitrogen, may boost plant productivity, but the imbalance leads to less efficient water use as plants scramble for the nutrients they lack, a new study revealed.

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Electric devices are accessible to billions of people. To include women farmers in using these technologies the Competitive African Rice initiative (CARI) has trained mainly female extension workers in Nigeria in using…

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In Ethiopia, agriculture is the backbone of the economy. However, even for African standards the yields are low. Driven by his passion for digital farming, a young start-up entrepreneur hopes to revolutionise the…

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Our planet’s ecosystems are dying, and we are the ones who have to do something about this for the sake of the nature, ourselves and future generations, a new UNEP report illustrates.

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