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Brazil’s landless workers persist through agroecology
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Brazil’s landless workers persist through agroecology

The rural movement, up against great odds, has become a global model for greater land access and agrarian reform.
Seafood waste as dietary protein source
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Seafood waste is being turned into protein in a new trial, with benefits for fishers and the environment

Seafood waste protein could soon be in your supermarket as researchers explore turning discarded crayfish and seaweed into a dietary protein source.

Biotechnology could change the cattle industry. Will it succeed?
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Biotechnology could change the cattle industry. Will it succeed?

Gene editing could help scientists produce cows that are meatier and better for the planet. But many hurdles remain.
Survival prep, arms control, and other ways to prevent human extinction

Survival prep, arms control, and other ways to prevent human extinction

Journalist Bryan Walsh explains why the threat of extinction is bigger than you think — and why we need to prepare now.
This is a $15 trillion opportunity for farmers to fight climate change
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This is a $15 trillion opportunity for farmers to fight climate change

Indigo Agriculture believes capturing carbon dioxide from agricultural soil is an effective way to reduce global warming on a massive scale. On Wednesday it launched the Terraton Initiative that includes a carbon market that gives farmers incentives to implement regenerative practices that remove carbon from the atmosphere.
Steward Brand and the tools to make the whole Earth better
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Steward Brand and the tools to make the whole Earth better

At 79, Stewart Brand, the man who was wired before WIRED, still sizzles and sparks when he talks about the future.
GMOs might feed the world if only investors weren’t so scared
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GMOs might feed the world if only investors weren’t so scared

Warnings of hidden risks have hurt interest in grains resistant to the flooding and droughts made worse by climate change.
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