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Philippine Court issues ‘Writ of Nature’ against Golden Rice, Bt eggplant...
The petitioners claimed that Golden Rice and Bt eggplant are harmful because it poses risks to the environment and the health of consumers
Eye-watering onion prices make Philippine staple a luxury
As onion memes spread on social media, the humble vegetable has become a symbol of wealth in the poverty-afflicted country
Church project offers hope to women in India’s border town
“I impart the necessary knowledge and motivate them to put in significant effort so that they can gain the respect of their families"
Farmers, workers, climate activists call on Philippine government to address ‘food...
The protesters said the rising prices of basic commodities has forced 2.9 million Filipino families to go hungry in the past three months
Society of Pilar in India holds community festival for young people...
The aim of the festival was to infuse students with the values of harmony, peace, and the urgency of protecting and caring for Mother Earth
Climate-induced disasters aggravate Filipino farmers’ sorry state
Hopes for a good and bountiful harvest faded as the golden grains of rice float on floodwater
Caritas’ program in India’s northeastern region helps farmers battle impact of...
Caritas' program in India’s northeastern states focuses on income generation activities that strengthen agriculture and empower communities
Kurdish Iraqi farmer sprouts online advice, green awareness
The farmer posts videos on protecting fruit trees, dealing with insects and helping people get more from their farms
From drones to sensors, Malaysian durian grower goes high-tech
Grown across Southeast Asia, fans hail the spiky durian as the "king of fruit" due to its bittersweet flavors and creamy golden flesh
In Indonesia, climate change takes a bite out of apple crops
In Indonesia's apple-growing heartlands, erratic rainfall and rising temperatures are eating away at farmers' profits
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