IPCC Synthesis Report: A Final Alarm For Climate, A Final Alarm For Food Systems
The IPCC Synthesis Report notes that incorporating knowledge from Indigenous Peoples and local communities is essential to ensuring locally appropriate, socially acceptable solutions.
Breakthrough in Locust Management: A Sustainable Solution Can Save Wildlife While Controlling Swarms
Research identifies a new approach to effectively control locusts before they threaten crops and livelihoods.
The Relationship Between Debt and Global Hunger: A Special IPES-Food Report
A debt crisis is pushing millions more people around the world into hunger.
Transforming Youth Education and Regenerating Land
The Blackwood Educational Land Institute connects children of all ages with the natural world through farming.
Finding the Right Balance: Healthy People and a Healthy Planet
A landmark report described how to nourish people and save the planet. But more recent research suggests these guidelines fall short in essential nutrients, begging the question: Can this diet ever provide adequate vitamins and minerals?
Empowering Food Sheroes to Heal Communities: WANDA’s Mission to Achieve Nutrition Equity
WANDA is uplifting the voices of Black women in food as they work to transform and heal their communities.
“All Things Food” at SXSW on March 12th – 50+ Speakers, Delicious Food, Film Viewings, and Much More!
The program will feature 50+ speakers, film screenings, delicious food, a theatrical performance, and much more.
Shellfish Growers Unite to Take On Climate Crisis, Protect Aquatic Ecosystems
A Coalition of shellfish growers in the U.S. and Canada are driving climate action to sustain aquatic ecosystems.
World’s Oceans at Risk: U.N. Members Meet Again to Reach Consensus on High Seas Treaty
U.N. countries are meeting again in the hopes of reaching a consensus on the High Seas Treaty to protect 30 percent of the ocean.
Triumph Over Apple Scab: University of Minnesota Releases Apple Variety Resistant to Fungal Disease
After 30 years of research and development, Triumph is a “triumph over apple scab,” with benefits for the environment, growers, and consumers.
Latin America’s Food Paradox
Nearly 268 million Latin Americans are feeling the effects of food insecurity, with many millions more likely to join their ranks in the coming months.
Farmers Spearheading Community Led Development in Liberia
To address gender inequality and youth unemployment, farmers collectively decided to donate land for women and youth to communally tend to.
Unlock the Secrets of Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life
Dr. Mark Hyman’s new book, Young Forever, explains why food isn’t like medicine. It is medicine.
Global Development’s Glaring Blind Spot: The Power of Smallholder Women Farmers
Smallholder farmers produce up to 80 percent of the food supply in Asian and sub-Saharan African countries, and women are crucial producers on those farms.
Investment in Small and Future Farmers: Essential to Healthy Food and Healthy Rural Communities
There is a critical need for investment in small and future farmers. Their growth and ability to thrive is intimately tied to healthy food, healthy people, and robust rural communities.
Science, Precaution, and Mexico’s GMO Corn Restrictions
A new decree states that any ban on GM feed corn, which is the overwhelming majority of U.S. exports, would only be implemented gradually, pending a full review of the science and the availability of adequate supplies of non-GM corn.