The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which seeks the eradication of poverty and hunger and to which all countries have pledged to implement, requires a sweeping paradigm shift on several fronts.
The big hog and poultry operations in North Carolina fit almost any definition of climate risk.
Protecting the biodiversity and safeguarding ecosystems in the Cook Islands is essential if agricultural productivity is to be boosted in a sustainable manner.
At COP22 in Morocco, we have the opportunity to make significant progress, by making agriculture a major part of the solution.
Whether it be for our health, our environment, for social justice or education reform, changing school food can have a far-reaching impact.
There’s much ado about food waste these days. The Obama Administration set an aggressive food waste reduction goal by 2030, five states and a few cities have banned it from landfills, Congress held hearings on the matter, the Ad Council created a suite of “Save the Food” public service ads, and the National Science Foundation just donated US$1 million to tackle the issue.