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President Joe Biden pushes for stricter gun laws in a primetime speech from the White House – we’ll tell you about the proposals. Plus, Russian troops control a fifth of Ukraine as the fight in the country’s east intensifies. Meanwhile, we’ll break down the factors experts say could drive the world into the worst energy crisis in decades. Also, a move to deepen trade relations between the US and Taiwan has China raising an alarm. Lastly, Turkey has officially changed its name – we’ll explain why.
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George Monbiot on the growing global food crisis and the degradation of our soils. Can the solution be found in the lab?
When farming is degrading our soils and people are still going hungry, is it time to change how we get our food?
“Ninety-nine percent of our calories come from soil. Everything we are, everything we have built, everything in our lives comes from the soil. Without it, we’re finished,” says the author and environmentalist George Monbiot. “And yet, we treat it with extreme disrespect and disregard.”