A report released today by the Chicago Council, addressing food security in a changing climate, calls for immediate and enduring action from the United States.
Charting a course for how the U.S. government—in partnership with business, civil society, and international organizations—can advance global food security.
Melbourne, Australia is recognizing the impact food has on the health and well-being of its community and is committed to promoting a healthy food system.
A groundbreaking study, released May 7th in Nature by the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) indicates rising CO2 threatens human nutrition.
During “Food Security In an Insecure World,” panelists highlighted the importance of working with farmers and investment in nutrition and infrastructure.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released it’s 5th International Assessment on the impacts of climate change.
In the face of a changing climate, perhaps organic agriculture was once viewed as “alternative” deserves another look.
In these water-scarce times, direct-seeded rice can help farmers reduce water and labor inputs while maintaining or even improving rice yields.