The first panel discussion at The Chicago Council for Global Affairs’ Global Food Security Symposium explored the climate-food nexus.
On Tuesday, after a two year battle, voters in Jackson County, Oregon passed ballot measures banning genetically modified organism (GMO) crops.
Despite it’s monumental size and profitability, the restaurant industry still contains six of the ten lowest paying jobs in the United States.
Studies have found the presence of transgenes in native maize in nearly half of Mexico’s states.
Kevin Makhanu of the Agricultural Society of Kenya talks about technological advances and positively changing traditional structures of farming.
The European Union marks the International Year of Family Farming with a major reform to Common Agricultural Policy.
The chanterelle mushroom is a forest dweller that grows throughout the world and comes in all shapes and sizes.
Farmers’ access to profit-building mobile tech suffers from two C’s: connectivity and content. Governments, NGOs, and private sector can help.
The 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake killed 150,000 and devastated local agriculture, food supplies, and stores of clean water. Emergency food aid was critical.