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Our headlines:

Climate : two complementary approaches for a better understanding of the greenhouse gases issue


These two approaches show that solutions are both in the evolution of production technologies and in more sensible consumption choices. [read]

 

Pervasive plastic (Season 2) : in the Mediterranean Sea and in our food 


New evidence of pervasiveness and of negative consequences reinforce the need for clearly defined actions. [read]

 

Protecting our health and environment - Is justice to substitute rules and regulations? (New)


In the face of the inability of Parliaments and Governments to take appropriate measures, consumers and citizens have been obliged to invoke the third power : Justice. [read]

 

Being a lobbyist : accept to accuse sustainable agriculture in order to help develop profits of firms that fund you (New)


Mixing freely carefully selected statistical, ideological, scientific and moral arguments to illustrate their point of view in defiance of any rigour, lobbyists promote ideas - and so-called solutions - that are damaging for the future of world food. [read]

 

Digitalisation of agriculture in Africa is bound to increase exclusion and inequality (New)


Failing to develop renewed anti-trust regulations and stronger democratic processes to ensure a fair distribution of value added by digitalisation would imply the marginalisation of a large number of farmers [read]