In the region of Murcia in Spain, a year's worth of water fell in just 24 hours. It has had disasterous consequences for farmers.
Washington plans to impose a 25% import tax on various agricultural and industrial items imported from Europe. Olive oil producers in Andalusia worry about the economic future of the Spanish culinary gem.
Economically, Armenia has never truly recovered from the collapse of the Soviet Union. A third of the population has left since 1991. Environmental concerns had been low on the agenda — until now.
The greenhouses of Almeria grow much of Europe's fruits and vegetables. The region's dark secret: Tens of thousands of migrants are apparently taken advantage of to fill supermarket produce sections.
It has become increasingly common for Mexico City's taquerias to serve fake guacamole in their tacos. The guacamole no longer has any avocado. High demand, measly harvests, and US and Mexican drug cartels are to blame.
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