Ceylon cinnamon has been produced in Sri Lanka for generations. But experienced peelers are now rare.
Palestinian farmers face attacks by Israeli settlers across the occupied West Bank during the olive harvest season.
Pamela was expected to bring storm surge and heavy rainfall to Mexico’s Pacific coast, National Hurricane Center says.
Mass dispossession of smallholder farmers is not a side effect of the ‘African Green Revolution’. It is the whole point.
As avocados replace coffee crops in many parts of Colombia, scientists warn there are consequences for wildlife.
Farmers vow to intensify months-long protest against farm laws as tensions flare a day after nine people are killed.
If we are to have a chance of ridding the world of hunger, Summit leaders must return to a participatory science model.
Farmers’ unions across the vast country protest, disrupting road and rail services, to demand repeal of the laws.
Efforts to impose industrial agriculture on African countries threaten the sustainability of African food production.
Al Jazeera visits Singhu outside New Delhi to meet the farmers who refuse to call off their nearly 10-month-old protest.
For many farmers who migrated to the country’s Eastern Highlands, hopes for a better life are turning into a nightmare.
Farmers vow to remain defiant against the government over controversial laws they say will destroy their livelihoods.
Prior to 1988, Brazil’s Indigenous people were ‘hunted down’, their ‘ears cut off’ by paid killers for big landowners.
Expensive feed and harsh weather have presented challenges for California farmers.