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SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPE9 
January 24, 2023 
Workers carry harvested lettuce on the Gorgens Family Trust farm which has been struggling to irrigate... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Workers carry harvested lettuce on the Gorgens Family Trust farm which has been struggling to irrigate the crops due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Cape Town, South Africa, January 24, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPE6 
January 24, 2023 
Workers carry harvested lettuce on the Gorgens Family Trust farm which has been struggling to irrigate... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Workers carry harvested lettuce on the Gorgens Family Trust farm which has been struggling to irrigate the crops due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Cape Town, South Africa, January 24, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPE4 
January 24, 2023 
A worker works on a sprinkler on the Gorgens Family Trust farmlands, as farmers struggle with irrigations... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
A worker works on a sprinkler on the Gorgens Family Trust farmlands, as farmers struggle with irrigations due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Cape Town, South Africa January 24, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPE3 
January 24, 2023 
Farmer Carl Gorgens uses a cellphone on the Gorgens Family Trust farm, as farmers struggle due to ongoing... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Farmer Carl Gorgens uses a cellphone on the Gorgens Family Trust farm, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Cape Town, South Africa January 24, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPCE 
January 24, 2023 
Farmer Carl Gorgens walks on the Gorgens Family Trust farm where he is unable to irrigate the vegetable... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Farmer Carl Gorgens walks on the Gorgens Family Trust farm where he is unable to irrigate the vegetable fields due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Cape Town, South Africa, January 24, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPEP 
January 18, 2023 
A worker carries apples at a Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
A worker carries apples at a Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPEN 
January 18, 2023 
Workers work at a Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Workers work at a Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPEM 
January 18, 2023 
A man works at the generator at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
A man works at the generator at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPEA 
January 18, 2023 
A man walks to a generator at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
A man walks to a generator at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPE5 
January 18, 2023 
Workers work at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Workers work at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPCD 
January 18, 2023 
A worker walks past the fruit bins at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
A worker walks past the fruit bins at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPCG 
January 18, 2023 
Workers work at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Workers work at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPCB 
January 18, 2023 
Workers work at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Workers work at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPCA 
January 18, 2023 
A worker looks at the apples at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
A worker looks at the apples at the Bella Frutta packaging warehouse where they use two massive diesel generators to help keep conveyor belts and cold storage units functional, as farmers struggle due to ongoing power cuts as a result of struggling power utility Eskom's inability to deliver electricity to South Africans, in Ceres, South Africa January 18, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POWER/FARMING
RTSFJPCH 
January 17, 2023 
Farmer Heinie du Toit walks through his apple trees at Remhoogte farm where he needs a steady electricity... 
Ceres, South Africa 
South Africa's power cuts leave farmers in despair 
Farmer Heinie du Toit walks through his apple trees at Remhoogte farm where he needs a steady electricity supply for an automated irrigation pump network that sprays thousands of trees heavy with fruit, in Ceres, South Africa January 17, 2023. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
GRAINS-WHEAT/(INSIGHT)
RTSED2CH 
December 21, 2022 
Wheat crops grow at a demonstration farm of Syngenta Group China's Modern Agriculture Platform (MAP)... 
HANDAN, China 
Media tour at "Syngenta Group China" in Wei county of Handan 
Wheat crops grow at a demonstration farm of Syngenta Group China's Modern Agriculture Platform (MAP) service, during a media tour in Wei county of Handan, Hebei province, China June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang 
GRAINS-WHEAT/(INSIGHT)
RTSED2CJ 
December 21, 2022 
Five by 15 foot test plots of different hybrid wheat strains are grown at the research farm for the bio-technology... 
JUNCTION CITY, UNITED STATES 
Plots of hybrid wheat grows at the research farm for the bio-technology company Syngenta near Junction... 
Five by 15 foot test plots of different hybrid wheat strains are grown at the research farm for the bio-technology company Syngenta near Junction City, Kansas, U.S. May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Dave Kaup 
GRAINS-WHEAT/(INSIGHT)
RTSED2CG 
December 21, 2022 
An old barn is surrounded by hybrid wheat test plots outside the bio-technology company Syngenta's research... 
JUNCTION CITY, UNITED STATES 
Old barn and new wheat strains at the bio-technology company Syngenta near Junction City 
An old barn is surrounded by hybrid wheat test plots outside the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction City, Kansas, U.S. May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Dave Kaup 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5E1 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, talks to his current house mates, Agnese, 35, and Andrea, 46, at his home in... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, talks to his current house mates, Agnese, 35, and Andrea, 46, at his home in the woods, in the small town of Cupramontana, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, Agnese, who has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years, and Andrea, who spends the week there but goes home each weekend to look after his mother, grow their own fruits and vegetables, olives for olive oil, and keep bees for honey. A local cooperative sells them sacks of legumes, cereals and wheat, which they grind to make their own bread. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," said Agnese. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DS 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, checks the mailbox at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, checks the mailbox at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DC 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, carries an oil container from his house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, carries an oil container from his house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DB 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali's home is seen between the trees in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali's home is seen between the trees in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, 72, has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years and is the founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts). REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DA 
December 12, 2022 
Agnese, 35, prepares lunch in the wooden kitchen at Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Agnese, 35, prepares lunch in the wooden kitchen at Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Agnese has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," she said. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5D9 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, and his two current house mates, Agnese, 35, and Andrea, 46, talk to a worker... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, and his two current house mates, Agnese, 35, and Andrea, 46, talk to a worker at the oil mill in the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, Agnese, who has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years, and Andrea, who spends the week there but goes home each weekend to look after his mother, grow their own fruits and vegetables, olives for olive oil, and keep bees for honey. A local cooperative sells them sacks of legumes, cereals and wheat, which they grind to make their own bread. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," said Agnese. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5D8 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72 and Cardinali's current housemates, Agnese, 35, and Andrea, 46, have lunch together... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72 and Cardinali's current housemates, Agnese, 35, and Andrea, 46, have lunch together at Cardinali's home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, Agnese, who has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years, and Andrea, who spends the week there but goes home each weekend to look after his mother, grow their own fruits and vegetables, olives for olive oil, and keep bees for honey. A local cooperative sells them sacks of legumes, cereals and wheat, which they grind to make their own bread. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," said Agnese. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5D7 
December 12, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, reads a book at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, reads a book at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 12, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DZ 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, prepares the tent to sleep outside his home in the woods of the small town of... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, prepares the tent to sleep outside his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DY 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, places wood in a box, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, places wood in a box, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5D6 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, lights an oil lamp at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, lights an oil lamp at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5D5 
December 11, 2022 
Figs left to dry are seen on a table at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Figs left to dry are seen on a table at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, 72, has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years and is the founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts). REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5D4 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, combs his beard in the mirror, at his home in the woods of the small town of... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, combs his beard in the mirror, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5CQ 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, walks with a candle outside his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, walks with a candle outside his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5BH 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, brings a pot to prepare lunch on the wooden cooker at his home in the woods of... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, brings a pot to prepare lunch on the wooden cooker at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5BE 
December 11, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, undresses to bathe with water he heated up on the wooden cooker, at his home... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, undresses to bathe with water he heated up on the wooden cooker, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, December 11, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/
RTSDIYCD 
November 25, 2022 
Seagulls fly over a tractor as a French farmer plows his field in Havrincourt, France, November 25, 2022.... 
HAVRINCOURT, France 
Seagulls fly over a tractor as a French farmer plows his field in Havrincourt 
Seagulls fly over a tractor as a French farmer plows his field in Havrincourt, France, November 25, 2022. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5E2 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, climbs a tree to harvest olives at his home in the woods of the small town of... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, climbs a tree to harvest olives at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DW 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, checks the chicken pen at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, checks the chicken pen at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DU 
November 15, 2022 
Agnese, 35, sifts the grain at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Agnese, 35, sifts the grain at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Agnese has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," she said. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DT 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, carries a basket for the olive harvest, at his home in the woods of the small... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, carries a basket for the olive harvest, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DJ 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, sits on the stairs at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, sits on the stairs at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DF 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, washes pumpkin flowers he picked from his vegetable garden, at his home in the... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, washes pumpkin flowers he picked from his vegetable garden, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5DD 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, saves the water he previously used to wash vegetables, at his home in the woods... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, saves the water he previously used to wash vegetables, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5CP 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, sets the table for lunch, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, sets the table for lunch, at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5CO 
November 15, 2022 
Agnese, 35, grinds the grain using an hand millstone, at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Agnese, 35, grinds the grain using an hand millstone, at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Agnese has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," she said. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5BC 
November 15, 2022 
Andrea, 46, picks the olives fallen from the trees at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Andrea, 46, picks the olives fallen from the trees at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, 72, Agnese, 35, who has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years, and Andrea, who spends the week there but goes home each weekend to look after his mother, grow their own fruits and vegetables, olives for olive oil, and keep bees for honey. A local cooperative sells them sacks of legumes, cereals and wheat, which they grind to make their own bread. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," said Agnese. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5BF 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, harvests olives from the trees outside his house, in the woods of the small town... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, harvests olives from the trees outside his house, in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5BD 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, works in the vegetable garden outside his house in the woods of the small town... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, works in the vegetable garden outside his house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5BB 
November 15, 2022 
Bottle gourds are seen hanging from Fabrizio Cardinali's chicken pen outside his house, in the woods... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Bottle gourds are seen hanging from Fabrizio Cardinali's chicken pen outside his house, in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, 72, has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years and is the founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts). REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5AX 
November 15, 2022 
Agnese, 35, makes sourdough bread at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Agnese, 35, makes sourdough bread at Fabrizio Cardinali's house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Agnese has been living at Cardinali's house for the past two years. "I feel privileged to have the freedom to choose my freedom," she said. REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5AW 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, lights his wooden cooker at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana,... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, lights his wooden cooker at his home in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENERGY-CRISIS/ITALY-WILD
RTSEE5AV 
November 15, 2022 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, picks pumpkin flowers in the vegetable garden outside his house in the woods... 
CUPRAMONTANA, Italy 
The Wider Image: No energy worries for Italy's 'harmonious walnut tribe' 
Fabrizio Cardinali, 72, picks pumpkin flowers in the vegetable garden outside his house in the woods of the small town of Cupramontana, Ancona, Marche, Italy, November 15, 2022. Cardinali, founder of La Tribu delle Noci Sonanti (Tribe of Harmonious Walnuts), has been living alongside nature without gas and electricity for 36 years. "I was not interested in being part of the world as it was going. So I left everything - family, university, friends, the sports team, and set off in a completely different direction," he said. "Giving something up is not masochistic. You give something up to obtain something else that is more important." REUTERS/Yara Nardi SEARCH "NARDI CRISIS ITALY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSCZNLE 
November 07, 2022 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Benet, France, November 7, 2022.... 
BENET, France 
Agricultural mega-basins in France 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Benet, France, November 7, 2022. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
FRANCE-WATER/
RTSCZNIV 
November 07, 2022 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Rives-d'Autise, France, November... 
RIVES-D'AUTISE, France 
Agricultural mega-basins in France 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Rives-d'Autise, France, November 7, 2022. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
FRANCE-WATER/
RTSCZNIS 
November 07, 2022 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Benet, France, November 7, 2022.... 
BENET, France 
Agricultural mega-basins in France 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Benet, France, November 7, 2022. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
FRANCE-WATER/
RTSCZNIT 
November 07, 2022 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Benet, France, November 7, 2022.... 
BENET, France 
Agricultural mega-basins in France 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Benet, France, November 7, 2022. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
FRANCE-WATER/
RTSCZNGB 
November 07, 2022 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Rives-d'Autise, France, November... 
RIVES-D'AUTISE, France 
Agricultural mega-basins in France 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Rives-d'Autise, France, November 7, 2022. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
FRANCE-WATER/
RTSCZNEI 
November 07, 2022 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Rives-d'Autise, France, November... 
RIVES-D'AUTISE, France 
Agricultural mega-basins in France 
An aerial view shows a basin, a water reserve for farm irrigation, in Rives-d'Autise, France, November 7, 2022. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
CLIMATE-YEMEN/
RTSD2TEC 
November 06, 2022 
A worker is pictured at an agricultural research farm in Sanaa, Yemen, November 6, 2022. REUTERS/Khaled... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Farmers drain groundwater and remove soil to cultivate qat on the outskirts of Sanaa 
A worker is pictured at an agricultural research farm in Sanaa, Yemen, November 6, 2022. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah 
CLIMATE-YEMEN/
RTSD2TEW 
November 02, 2022 
Stumps of fruit trees are pictured in a farmland hit by drought on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen, November... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Farmers drain groundwater and remove soil to cultivate qat on the outskirts of Sanaa 
Stumps of fruit trees are pictured in a farmland hit by drought on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen, November 2, 2022. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah 
CLIMATE-YEMEN/
RTSD2TEU 
November 02, 2022 
A huge pit, created by farmers who took soil to build new terraces for cultivating the mild narcotic... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Farmers drain groundwater and remove soil to cultivate qat on the outskirts of Sanaa 
A huge pit, created by farmers who took soil to build new terraces for cultivating the mild narcotic of qat, is pictured on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen, November 2, 2022. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah 
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