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In a major move to combat global deforestation, French authorities have presented a strategy to limit the imports of agri-food products linked to the disappearance of forest areas.
The European Parliament has confirmed the provisional agreement reached with the Council in June to end subsidies for food-based biofuels and the contribution of renewables to the EU’s energy mix.
The European Commission is considering joining Australia and Brazil in their complaint at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) aimed at countering India's subsidised sugar exports, an official has said.
Brazil’s new president Jair Bolsonaro has been lauded by agribusiness and lambasted by environmentalists, but what impact is he likely to have on the country’s farming sector and lucrative agri-food exports?
A second bailout package for India's sugar industry could be in the offing as the Food Ministry plans to float a Cabinet note seeking loan incentives for ethanol producers.
It is “imperative” that all member states develop a clear bioeconomy strategy which is coherent with the EU’s objectives, the bloc’s Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan has said.
A profound transformation of the livestock sector will be needed in the decades to come if animal-rearing is to contribute to the UN sustainable development goals, a new report by the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has said.
The updated EU bio-economy strategy aims to speed up the transformation of the bloc’s agriculture into a sustainable, resource-efficient and circular farming model by helping farmers, foresters and fishermen diversify their revenues, according to the European Commission.
Businesses in the biodiesel and ethanol sector appear to be "falling behind" in their exploration of blockchain as a potential tool for unlocking a wider range of funding sources, improved supply chain management and new retail applications.
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