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Agronoticias: Agriculture News from Latin America and the Caribbean
Fisherman in kerala, India

Climate change poised to transform marine and freshwater ecosystems


The livelihoods of millions of fishery-dependent people at risk - FAO Director-General urges governments to resolve adaptation funding disputes

Photo of the leaders of the Mercosur in July of 2017

Agreement on EU/Mercosur trade deal ‘edges closer’


"There is a 50% chance that EU commission will have an agreement on Mercosur by July".

Fall Armyworm

Nuru becomes African farmers’ newest ally against Fall Armyworm


FAO and Pennsylvania State University launch innovative app to fight fast-spreading pest

Lamas in the Atacama desert

Intelligent Land Use Seeks to Make Headway in Latin America


Estimations show that 50 percent of agricultural land could be affected by desertification in Latin America and the Caribbean

Cocoa farmer in Colombia

How Cocoa and Honeybees Are Helping Latin American Farmers Thrive


Latin America produces 48% of the world’s sustainable cocoa and 85% of its certified organic cocoa

Storm over the ocean

Dominican Republic hit by an 'easterly wave'


Africa builds them. The Atlantic winds them up. Some of them become hurricanes.

Farming ceremony held in Ñahuimpuquio, Perú

Peru will launch a system to prevent agricultural overproduction


Peru will implement for the first time in its history an alert system to prevent the overproduction of agricultural crops.

Food labels in Chile

"Food labels have influenced the purchase decisions of 92% of Chileans"


This figure was stated by Eve Crowley, representative of FAO in Chile.

Farming in Honduras

Soft loans strengthen the Honduran agricultural sector


The agricultural credit portfolio has grown by 10%

Market in Cuba

Cuba sets a price cap on agricultural products


The measure affects all forms of private commercialization, except for the Agriculture and Livestock Supply and Demand Markets.