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Adolfo, the farmer

Adolfo, the farmer

This testimony shows how, by saving and exchanging his seeds, a small farmer in El Salvador preserves biodiversity and contributes to fighting hunger. Communities of Bajo Lempa in El Salvador declared in 2013 their intention to focus on agroecology including protecting local seeds, defending the soil and preserving water sources.

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New Campaign Calls for Revived Talks on GM Crops in Europe to be Killed Off

New Campaign Calls for Revived Talks on GM Crops in Europe to be Killed Off

Farmers and green groups are coming together to launch a new campaign – ahead of the Environmental Council meeting held on 21 March in Brussels – calling on EU politicians to halt the authorisation of 22 GM crops currently being considered for cultivation in Europe.

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Growing Doubt

Growing Doubt

The impact of genetically engineered herbicide tolerant crops in Argentina and the US.

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A Celebration of Wildlife-friendly Farmers

A Celebration of Wildlife-friendly Farmers

Farmers sometimes get a bad press but their role as ‘custodians of the countryside’ is more important than ever. Four previous winners of ‘The Nature of Farming Awards’ talk about their passion for nature and why wildlife-friendly farming can also make commercial sense.

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