Tom Peeters (1986) is a Belgian freelance journalist.

He mainly writes long stories and reports on climate, environmental conservation and biodiversity, (sustainable) travel and adventure, football and the Kempen. His work appears in Belgian and international media, such as Eos, Sport/Voetbalmagazine, De Morgen, Pasar, A.S. Magazine and Gazet van Antwerpen. He divides his time between Belgium, Estonia and the rest of the world.

Photo: ©Layla Aerts

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Tom Peeters
climate, environmental conservation and biodiversity,

Supported projects

With ten billion at the table

  • Healthcare
  • Innovation
  • Environment

KOPENHAGEN - By 2050, the earth will have 10 billion inhabitants. At the same time, the area of available agricultural land per person is shrinking. As climate disrupts, classical farming systems are colliding with their limits.

How do we farm in a warmer climate?

  • Agriculture
  • Environment

BRUSSELS - Climate change is causing extremes in weather, such as more frequent heat waves, periods of drought and intense rainfall. Our farmers notice the consequences of the climate crisis on their fields, in fluctuating yields and failing crops.