Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter.
Potash Price Jumps 10%, Urea Up 5%: a new food crisis on the horizon? It is time to think about how to reduce the dependence of agriculture on fossil fuels. https://t.co/e4HdnozGu1
— gianluca brunori (@gbrunori) October 11, 2021
— Simon Leather 🔶🇪🇺 (@EntoProf) September 25, 2021
▫️10m people a year at risk from extreme temperatures🌡️ .
▫️Agricultural yields🌽 declining by 30% by 2050.
▫️700m to be exposed to severe droughts.
Read in full 👇https://t.co/hO73ep55Ve
— Chatham House (@ChathamHouse) September 26, 2021
Experts found that:
The best way to protect both nature and human wellbeing is for indigenous and local communities to be in control
Local communities can establish a shared vision for conserving the environments they live in and coexisting with wildlife https://t.co/uaAaDZzxYg
— The Conversation (@ConversationUK) October 8, 2021
France will get EUR44billion in agriculture subsidies to 2027. @IEEP_eu has just published a summary of the environmental needs for French agriculture that #CAP should be helping to solve. @J_Denormandie #AGRIFISH #FutureofCAP @pouruneautrepac https://t.co/4StREqJcjh
— Harriet Bradley (@HarrietFBradley) October 11, 2021
"Currently about a half of all fertilisers applied to European fields are washed off by rainwater" reported @ENDSEurope
— Celia Nyssens (@CeliaNysss) October 11, 2021
A leaked document from @COPACOGECA reveals that the industrial agri food lobby in the EU is hard at work to undermining the EU’s strategy for making food sustainable, healthy and, not least, economically feasible #FromFarmToFork
— EEB (@Green_Europe) October 12, 2021
— Félix (@FelixTuchais) October 12, 2021
The EU to citizens: the #CAP will deliver on the EU Green Deal
— Harriet Bradley (@HarrietFBradley) October 12, 2021
Spain going the way of the U.S. factory farm system. Choked lakes, dead fish, while the #EU meat industry fights tooth and nail against #Farm2Fork @EU_FPC @GFGFActionDays @GreenpeaceEU @foeeurope @BenLilliston https://t.co/aCuF6vn0LS
— Shefali Sharma (@IATPEurope) October 13, 2021
"The biggest cause of widespread pollution in Irish water courses is excess nutrients from animals and fertilisers" leading to elevated levels of nitrogen & phosphorus. "Nitrogen pollution is closely correlated with the intensiveness of farming.." https://t.co/39lcQv3uRW
— Sinead O'Brien (@Sineadh2o) October 13, 2021
What does the European Green Deal look like through the eyes of one farmer? I went to the Flemish countryside to meet Kris Heirbaut and find out. https://t.co/Go3a5juC1c
— Eddy Wax (@EddyWax) October 13, 2021