AJ Impact

Growing pains: Southeast Asian farmers need cheaper agritech

A new crop of startups is developing solutions tailored specifically to regional needs.

Growing pains: Southeast Asian farmers need cheaper agritech

UpFront

Climate change, Indigenous activism and the fight for justice

We discuss how to solve the climate crisis with activists Xiuhtezcatl Martinez and Vandana Shiva.

Planet SOS

Planet SOS: Transforming how we use land and its resources

A Planet SOS special on how the way we use land is both contributing to and affected by the global climate crisis.

Agriculture

As debt grows, more Indian women farmers taking their lives

A vicious debt cycle is forcing women in Maharashtra state's Amravati to take their lives as agrarian crisis persists.

As debt grows, more Indian women farmers taking their lives

REWIND

Motown to Growtown: Detroit's Urban Farming Revolution

Residents in a US city recovering from decades of urban decay are turning vacant plots of land into flourishing farms.

Africa

Nigeria bans foreign milk to support local farmers

Critics say local producers may struggle to supply enough milk for 200 million Nigerians.

People & Power

Chocolate: A Taste of Independence in Togo

How a chocolate-making activist in the West African state of Togo is fighting back against foreign exploitation.

101 East

Australia's Vegan Fight

101 East follows Australia's animal rights activists as they go head-to-head with the country's farmers.

AJ IMPACT

In Greece, a rebel organic farm goes against the grain

The Antonopoulos brothers are leading a farming revolution in Greece, which has Europe's highest plant biodiversity.

In Greece, a rebel organic farm goes against the grain

Farming

Keeping Aztec farming traditions alive in Mexico

Chinampas, or man-made islands for crop farming, date back to Aztec times.

Keeping Aztec farming traditions alive in Mexico

Al Jazeera World

Iraq's Dying Rivers

War and pollution plague the fertile crescent's Tigris and Euphrates rivers, leaving fishermen struggling to survive.

Witness

The Seed Queen of Palestine

Can one woman's mission to revive ancient heirloom seeds inspire a celebration of traditional Palestinian food?

In the Field

In the grip of drought: Should Australia's farmers be subsidised?

We speak to eastern Australian farmers in need of financial aid and those who claim there are better solutions.

Australia

Australia's most populous state '100 percent' in drought

New South Wales is suffering the worst drought in more than 50 years, with farmers among the hardest hit.

Australia's most populous state '100 percent' in drought

Earthrise

Test-tube burgers and the future of meat

A look at advances in the development of lab meat that may provide carnivores with their dinners in the future.