New research suggests relocating farmland could increase carbon sequestration and biodiversity while reducing freshwater use and minimizing environmental impact. Have we been farming in the wrong places? A new study, published in the journal Nature Communications Earth & Environment, suggests that may be the case. The researchers say that while a global shift to a……..

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