In this ninth issue of Cultivate, we speak to John Phinney, the Managing Director of Sundrop Farms, an Australian-based hightech agribusiness about the challenges fa
September 22, 2015
A cross-border team from Norton Rose Fulbright recently advised Australia-based high tech agribusiness Sundrop Farms on a significant capital injection from global p
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (the FAO) recently published its 2015 report into the ‘State of Food Insecurity in the World’ and a subse
Biofuel is produced from living matter, and so is considered a renewable energy.
The crops, climate and cultures differ dramatically, but there are parallels in the challenges that farmers in both Africa and the UK face – even if the scale and co
Agricultural policy and competition policy are both enshrined in the EU’s constitution – the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).
Agrarian reform is a key priority in Colombia given its history of unequal land distribution.
The global water issue is both severe and widespread. Around 1.2 billion people live in areas of physical scarcity – without enough water to meet demand, and another
Food Safety Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has opened submissions into a request by Monsanto Australia (Monsanto) to market (but not cultivate) food based on a geneti
The City of Toronto recently launched a pilot program that allows individuals to anonymously report suspected cases of food poisoning to Toronto Public Health.
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