Wind energy may do more than improve farm income. When sited in agricultural fields, turbines may help crops to grow, new research indicates.
Small-scale rainwater harvesting and new crops could fill the gap
Water storage could help during droughts and floods, and ….
The country’s current floods are far worse because of decades of river and floodplain mismanagement, experts say
A new look at crop rotations show farms could cut their energy use and still stay in business
—Peter Barr, Chairman of the Meat and Livestock Commission
Chapter 1 (and preface) of Brian Fagan’s book “The Great Warming”
New Scientist, 11 Oct 2004
New Scientist, 25 Aug 2009
Farmers in West Africa are encouraging saplings to grow, making their land much more productive