Biodiversity

Reviving Biodiversity by Bringing the Seeds Home

A new project aims to combat biodiversity loss and revitalize Indigenous food and agriculture systems.

New Report Notes the Global Struggle Over Farmland and Food Sovereignty

A new report by IPES-Food reveals that global land consolidation by powerful actors is displacing small farmers and threatening biodiversity.

Cary Fowler and Geoffrey Hawtin Named 2024 World Food Prize Laureates

Fowler and Hawtin are recognized for their work in protecting global food security and biodiversity.

Mexico Is Right to Reject GMO Tortillas

High levels of genetically engineered toxins and glyphosate in GM corn pose serious health risks in Mexico.

Watershed Project Bolsters Food Security in the Philippines

The Carood Watershed Project, focused on restoring degraded forests and water reservoirs, connects ecological health and food security.

Fostering Student Empowerment through Noosa’s 2024 Youth-Led Summit

Learn how young leaders in Noosa are driving positive change at the 2024 Custodians of Place – Youth Climate Conference, where they’ll share and celebrate their impactful actions for a sustainable future.

Hope in the Water to Premiere on PBS Summer 2024

Embark on a global journey with Hope in the Water, a character-driven docuseries premiering on PBS in Summer 2024.

Telling the Story Behind the Seed

The diversity of seeds is something worth celebrating. That’s why seed saver Ira Wallace is preserving their stories.

Indigenous People, Western Science, and Conservation in Thailand

This community of indigenous people used science and international organizations to prove that they know what’s best for the environment.

Mexico’s Proposed GM Corn Ban Sparks North American Trade Turmoil

From shaking up the American corn lobby to protecting traditional crops in Mexico, see how a ban on genetically modified corn could transform agriculture.

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