Agricultural inputs, ranging from seeds to fertilizers, are critical to food production. Their rising prices are worrying for three primary reasons.
Russia’s war against Ukraine has resulted in the third global food price spike in 15 years.
Unless action is taken to enable food exports from Ukraine, economist Vitalii Dankevych predicts that the world will see a humanitarian crisis.
Several supermarket chains in Europe are boycotting Brazilian beef in response to a report revealing major Brazilian meat producers like JBS S.A., Marfrig, and Minerva indirectly source cattle from illegally deforested areas in the Amazon.
The war in Ukraine is expected to drive fuel, food, and fertilizer costs to historic highs in Malawi.
Arid cities in the U.S./Mexico borderlands are using succulent crops in regenerative perennial food systems to reverse and halt climate change.
USDA announces a US$1 billion investment in pilot projects to support practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions or sequester carbon.
The Reawakened Foods Initiative recently featured storytellers who are working to raise awareness of agrobiodiversity around the world.