'Governments Are Starting to See That Organic Food Policy Works'
Agriculture will become one of the greatest challenges, if not addressed properly. Therefore, moving towards more sustainable agriculture and food systems is certainly a potential part of the solution, not only for our health and wellness but for the planet itself, writes Maged Srour for Inter Press Service.
IPS, 31 October 2018
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