Farmers have less leisure time than hunter-gatherers

Agta family relaxing in the late afternoon      
            Credit: Mark Dyble

Agta family relaxing in the late afternoon Credit: Mark Dyble

For a long time, the transition from foraging to farming was assumed to represent progress

Mark Dyble

’High-yield’ farming costs the environment less than previously thought - and could help spare habitats

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