Slash-and-burn, pesticides, flooding and and landslides: a fatal mixture of bad land management and natural disasters is threatening to ruin the livelihood of the people in the south nepalese region of Kapilvastu.
When a group of Brazilian families occupied disused farmland they found lifeless soil and water. Fifteen years on, they have brought it back to health. Their story is part of a larger battle over Brazil's farming future.
Pesticides, deforestation and monocultures are wreaking havoc for Nepalese farmers, causing landslides and degrading the soil. Activists are using puppetry to make a change.
British farmers are exploring how leaving the EU's legislative reach could possibly improve sustainable food and farming in the UK. Or whether Brexit could only worsen the state of affairs.
German farmers are no strangers to the elements, but this summer has brought home the realities of climate change, and the need to start adapting. How can farmers adapt to the changing conditions?
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