China's appetite for pork is growing fast, and so is the size of Chinese pig farms. The government says that's good for food safety, but it's not so good for the environment. Elise Potaka reports from Beijing.
Rice farmers in Laos are reducing their field acreage as the federal government sets a goal to reforest the nation. Farmers are working with scientists to grow a more profitable and higher yielding variety of rice- sticky rice.
The Laos government has set a goal to reforest their nation. Now, scientists are working with farmers to produce profitable harvests by finding higher yielding varieties of the rice that Laotians prefer - sticky rice. On Living on Earth.
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