Farming with a mixture of crops, animals and trees is better for the environment—evidence from Ghana and Malawi suggests

Farming just one kind of crop in a field at a time, and using a lot of chemicals, poses a risk to both people and nature. This simplified intensive agriculture often goes hand in hand with increased greenhouse gas emissions, land and water degradation, and loss of biodiversity.

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