Climate Change

European farmers are turning to tech and tradition to fight climate change. Here's how

Farmers in Spain and Italy are turning to ancient and modern techniques to safeguard production of regional favorites like olive oil and Prosecco as climate change forces them to rapidly adapt.

Climate change ... farmers are adopting new measures to keep producing olive oil and Prosecco. Image: Unsplash/Richard Bell

Charlie Devereux
Lead Writer for Iberia, Reuters
Antonella Cinelli
Giornalista Presso, Reuters
Corina Pons
Senior Correspondent, Reuters
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