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Cropped, 10 August 2022: Food crisis progress; Irish emissions targets; Amazon deforestation investigation

Welcome to Carbon Brief’s Cropped. We handpick and explain the most important stories at the intersection of climate, land, food and nature ov... Read More

Nature | Aug 10. 2022.
Commodity Profile: Wheat

Commodity Profile: Wheat

In the first of a new series explaining how key agricultural commodities are affected by and contribute to climate change, Carbon Brief looks at whea... Read More

Food and farming | Aug 8. 2022.
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Cropped, 27 July 2022: Heatwaves sweep northern hemisphere; Ukraine-Russia wheat deal; Africa’s conservation congress

Welcome to Carbon Brief’s Cropped. We handpick and explain the most important stories at the intersection of climate, land, food and nature ov... Read More

Nature | Jul 27. 2022.
Maize field with irrigation in Nebraska, USA

Electric cars sales in the US ‘could prevent one-tenth of global cropland expansion’

A faster shift to electric vehicles (EVs) in the US would avoid around 10% of the global cropland expansion expected over the next 30 years, accordin... Read More

Renewables | Jul 18. 2022.
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Cropped, 13 July 2022: Valuing biodiversity and wild species; Big meat’s forest pledges digested; Oceans and nature-based solutions

Welcome to Carbon Brief’s Cropped. We handpick and explain the most important stories at the intersection of climate, land, food and nature ov... Read More

Nature | Jul 13. 2022.
Attendees chat during Nature Based Solutions Conference in Oxford

Nature-based solutions: How can they work for climate, biodiversity and people?

Experts gathered in Oxford this month to discuss how “nature-based solutions” can be used to tackle the twin threats of climate change and biodiv... Read More

Nature | Jul 11. 2022.
Farmer spraying fertiliser on a field for sheep grazing in New Zealand

Q&A: What does the world’s reliance on fertilisers mean for climate change?

The invention of nitrogen fertilisers has been called “the most important invention of the 20th century”. The extra nutrients added to crops has ... Read More

Food and farming | Jul 11. 2022.
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Cropped, 29 June 2022: Biodiversity talks; WTO subsidies; EU nature law

Welcome to Carbon Brief’s Cropped. We handpick and explain the most important stories at the intersection of climate, land, food and nature ov... Read More

Nature | Jun 29. 2022.

COP15: Key outcomes for nature loss and climate change from UN talks in Nairobi

With time running out for a “Paris-style” deal to reverse nature loss this decade, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) convened anoth... Read More

UN climate talks | Jun 29. 2022.
Ogwal Francis, co-chair for the Convention of Biological Diversity’s Open-Ended Working Group for a post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Video: Why does nature loss receive less international attention than climate change?

Humans are having an unprecedented and unparalleled impact on the natural world. Around 70% of land and 87% of the ocean have been “significantl... Read More

Nature | Jun 21. 2022.
Plantation worker watches as a truck unloads freshly harvested oil palm fruit bunches at a collection point in Borneo

‘Food miles’ have larger climate impact than thought, study suggests

Global “food miles” emissions are higher than previously thought – accounting for nearly one-fifth of total food-system emissions – new resea... Read More

Food and farming | Jun 20. 2022.
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