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Demand for powder from the ‘superfruit’ could boost farmers’ incomes, slow deforestation and protect biodiversity. Sam Jones reports

Baobab holds out hope for Malawi’s farmers and forests

Demand for powder from the ‘superfruit’ could boost farmers’ incomes, slow deforestation and protect biodiversity.

Vietnam's farmers struggle to meet demand for 'healthy vegetables'

Vietnam's farmers struggle to meet demand for 'healthy vegetables'

Poorer growers must cope with costs of certification scheme that governs the use of pesticides and fertilisers

UK Farmers warn food self-sufficiency is in long-term decline. Andrew Pitt, Northants farmer

UK Farmers warn food self-sufficiency is in long-term decline.

Global Biodiversity Outlook 4 paints a damning picture of governments’ efforts to meet a set of targets agreed in 2010

UN biodiversity report highlights failure to meet conservation targets

Global Biodiversity Outlook 4 paints a damning picture of governments’ efforts to meet a set of targets agreed in 2010

T.2-3 - Japanische Meeres-Conchylien. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

T.2-3 - Japanische Meeres-Conchylien. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

People in the Pacific Marshall Islands and Kiribati are facing oblivion as the sea around them rises, and they are already suffering from food shortages, droughts and floods. Karl Mathiesen reports from the frontline of climate crisis

Losing paradise: the people displaced by atomic bombs, and now climate change

If the seas continue to rise at the current rate, it won’t be long before the villagers will have to relocate, as many have already done.

Solar energy lower cost makes fossil fuels obsolete! See http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jul/07/solar-has-won-even-if-coal-were-free-to-burn-power-stations-couldnt-compete

Solar has won. Even if coal were free to burn, power stations couldn't compete

As early as solar could be economically viable to power big cities. By 2040 over half of all electricity may be generated in the same place it’s used. Centralised, coal-fired power is over

Free advice line that aims to help smallholders boost livelihoods has received 1.5m calls since launching 12 weeks ago

Ethiopia’s agriculture hotline provides growing opportunities for farmers

Free advice line that aims to help smallholders boost livelihoods has received calls since launching 12 weeks ago

Wanted: a breed of chicken that can survive crippling heatwaves

Wanted: a breed of chicken that can survive crippling heatwaves

US scientists fear climate change could have devastating effects on poultry farmers as temperatures reach scorching levels

UK aid money is being used to carve up Africa, the World Development Movement says. Above, a worker at Saudi Star rice farm in Gambella, Eth... (April 2014)

£600m of UK aid fuelling corporate scramble for Africa, claim critics

"Global land grabs undermine local food systems & food sovereignty[…] -T.

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