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A $50 billion quota would be more than double the amount of agricultural products that China imported from the US in 2017.
The unprecedented amount of aid to farmers has raised concerns about misuse of funds and drawn backlash from agricultural groups and lawmakers.
Weeks after the agreement was announced, the second-largest economy has still not confirmed the agricultural quotas the White House touted.
Farmers are slamming Trump’s $28 billion farm bailout — more than double Obama’s 2009 payment to automakers — as a ‘Band...
"The aid package that has come in is a relief, and it softens the landing, but it's not a solution, it's a Band-Aid."
In the event of a killer asteroid, volcanic apocalypse, or nuclear holocaust, mushrooms could save humanity from extinction
Human survivors of an apocalyptic catastrophe could start a new food system with mushrooms. The other food options might not be as appetizing.
The Epstein-funded MIT lab has an ambitious project that purports to revolutionize agriculture. Insiders say it’s mostly smoke and mirrors.
MIT Media Lab staff faked key elements of its "personal food computer" project, insiders told Business Insider. In one instance, staff were told to place herbs grown elsewhere into the boxes.
Consumers, retailers, farmers, manufacturers, and tech firms are all getting clobbered by tariffs in Trump’s trade war
America's economy cooled more than expected last quarter — a sign of the toll the trade war is taking. Trump in a tweet blamed the companies themselves.
American farmers say China tariffs are making life worse — and rancher support for Trump is fading fast
The American Farm Bureau told Business Insider that it saw a 13% increase in farm bankruptcies since the start of the trade war.
Earth is a spaceship, and the Amazon is a crucial part of our life-support system, creating up to 20% of our oxygen. Here’s why we need the worl...
The Amazon produces up to 20% of the world's oxygen, helps cycle water and regulate weather across the globe, and holds 10% of Earth's biodiversity.
The fires in the Amazon are the result of seasonal burning that farmers do every year. Here’s why they’ve gotten so bad this summer.
Farmers regularly set fires to clear new tracts of land. Scientists and environmentalists think they're behind this month's record-setting blazes.