Innovation and Technology

World’s First Vaccine for Deadly African Swine Fever Approved for Commercial Use

While African Swine Fever has a near 100 percent mortality rate, top scientists are hopeful that the African Swine Fever vaccine will soon be made available around the world.

Funding Food Tech: A Venture Capital Firm Invests in a More Sustainable Future

Supply Change Capital recently closed its inaugural US$40 million fund focused on sustainable food and agriculture technology.

Empowering Agriculture Entrepreneurs: LadyAgri and the Future of Women-Focused Investments

LadyAgri Impact Investment Hub is forging a future for women agri-entrepreneurs through three pillars: technical assistance, agri-finance, and market access and technology.

MAZON Launches The Hunger Museum: A Digital Journey Through America’s History of Hunger

MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger has recently launched The Hunger Museum to share the story of hunger throughout America’s past, and reveal how this can shape a hunger-free future.

Why The Right To Repair Agricultural Equipment is Crucial To Food Security

Many farmers in the U.S. are denied the right to repair their tractors, putting their livelihoods at risk. A movement to change this is growing across the country.

New York City Commits to 33 Percent Reduction in Food-Based Emissions by 2030 to Combat Climate Change

New York City Mayor’s Office of Food Policy announced the city’s commitment to reducing food-based emissions by 33 percent by 2030.

AgriPath: Working to Benefit Women and Youth Smallholders in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia

Three organizations have partnered in the development of Agripath, a project which will test the effectiveness of digital, in-person, and hybrid extension services across five countries over five years.

Former Tech Entrepreneur’s New Book Urges Corporations to Prioritize the Planet

Eric Archambeau has recently released Costing the Earth, calling upon the corporate sector and world leaders to save the Earth.

Is Recycling Urine the Secret to Building Sustainable Food Systems?

Through urine recycling, the Rich Earth Institute wants to provide farmers with an alternative to synthetic fertilizers and protect the environment.

How an Indoor Mushroom Company is Cultivating a Better Food System

With its new facility, a Chicago-based company hopes to connect even more people to nutrient-dense, locally grown mushrooms.

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