The idea is simple. There are farmers who need money and people who want to invest in agriculture. Farmcrowdy takes 20% of the profits and the rest is shared evenly between farmer and investor.
The EU's new agricultural policy will take take further steps to protect the environment in the future, but we're far off from a green revolution, says DW's Max Zander.
The EU has been trying to reform its agricultural policy for years. It's one of the bloc's most contentious issues, with member states, lobby groups and environmentalist all trying to sway the debate. Here's an overview.
More plants, less meat — it's a simple way to sustainably feed the planet's exploding population. But for the millions who depend on livestock to make ends meet, it's not so simple.
Thousands of farmers have taken to the streets to protest against new agriculture laws that the government says will boost growth. Critics say the reforms could lead to the exploitation of farmers by big corporations.
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