Copenhagen’s famous rooftop farm may have to close because it has no parking

And we think that the city is so progressive, yet they can't seem to figure this out.

On Thanksgiving, crops are rotting in the field because of trade wars

We tell our kids not to waste food, but our governments are wasting shocking amounts of it thanks to tit for tat tariffs.

Here’s another reason to hate diesel: It’s killing the rainforest

Over half the palm oil used in Europe is actually put into gas tanks.

High yield farming may be better for biodiversity

Is the idyllic, organic farm worse for our balance with nature?

Wild blueberry growers face tough times on the East Coast

Competition, oversupply, and unpredictable weather has caused the price of wild berries in Maine to hit a 30-year low.

Lab-grown meat could cut emissions 96%

The free market Adam Smith Institute says we could be on the cusp of a revolution.

World’s first floating dairy farm comes to Rotterdam

Let's hope cows don't get seasick.

41% of land in contiguous US is used to feed livestock

What else could we do with all those acres?

There’s not enough land for everyone in the world to follow U.S. dietary guidelines

We'd need another Canada-sized chunk of fertile land, scientists say, in order to meet those requirements.

It’s primates versus palm oil in Africa

Since both require the same habitat, scientists are worried how primates will survive the expansion of industrial oil palm plantations.

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