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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Are cows climate killers?
Livestock farming is a major industry in many parts of the world, but scientists are still divided on how much it contributes to global warming.
Making the Carbon Farming Initiative more appealing to farmers
Two Australian schemes may benefit landholders while reducing impact on climate and biodiversity.
Reversing desertification with livestock
A compelling Q&A with the originator of a holistic approach to restoring grasslands by using livestock to mimic nature's herbivore herds.
All they wished for was meat and soda
Food prices are again making headlines worldwide and Ugandans, already strapped with drought and devalued currency, felt the effects this holiday season.
The shame of concentrated animal feedlots
The CAFO Reader compiles 30 writers in a chorus of outrage against a system they view as unjust and unhealthy to animals, humans and, in fact, all living creatures.
UN warns corporate lobbying blocking food reforms
Large agri-business and food producers are stifling efforts to improve global and environmental health.
Tokyo drifts from seafood to meat eating
Japan’s food self-sufficiency challenge is also critical to the countries bearing the environmental burden of supplying the nation's growing appetite for meat.
Pastures for the future in Kyrgyzstan
Sustainable land management systems are becoming vital to the preservation of the Pamir-Alai mountain ecosystems upon which local people rely for their livelihoods.
Sands shifting for Africa’s nomadic herders
Huge areas of land used by pastoralists in Africa have been lost to sedentary farming and conservation.
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