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Editor’s note: why the world needs a food and farming transition plan

Cultivated or lab-grown chicken
Lab-grown chicken. Cultivated meat is seen by some as part of the lower emissions future, but the technology is causing uproar in certain EU countries (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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Farmers and food are in the news across Europe. In Germany, France and elsewhere, farmers are blocking roads and demanding policy change. Exactly what sort of change they want is not always as clear as simplistic headlines suggest, ...

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