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Latest Articles

November 2018 Farming Monthly National

Two years on, it seems Brexit is here to stay, meaning that some of Britain’s biggest industries are currently developing new business plans to ensure business continues even in the cloudiest of political climates. Looking forward, many industries are using Brexit as an opportunity to improve Britain’s domestic strategy and independency as a nation. Leading land-based institution, Hadlow College, recently held a roundtable event where industry thought-leaders discussed a variety of topics, inclu
By Katie Hagan

A Look At The Effects of Climate Change

According to Weather SA, climate change is a natural, expected phenomenon. The earth’s climate changes from warm to cold cycles, and takes hundreds of years to move from one cycle to another. However, modern human influence is causing the earth’s climate to change much faster than it should be. The primary cause of climate change is the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from burning coal, oil and natural gas.
By Nicole Ludolph