Regenerative agriculture is gaining traction, promising to mitigate the climate crisis and improve food systems, but its power can’t be unleashed automatically.
How Sustainable Agriculture Can Combat Drought and Creates Resilient Food Systems
Droughts have increased globally by nearly 30 percent since 2000. Sustainable land management practices can restore the soil and promote resilience.
Leaders Foster Opportunities to Accelerate Regenerative Agriculture in Food Systems
Senior decision-makers met at the Regenerative Agriculture and Food Systems Summit to discuss opportunities and challenges for the future of sustainable agriculture practices.
A Farmers’ Network Offers Sound Business Advice—and Community
After inheriting his family’s deep respect for the land and animals, Jake Beeler faced financial hardship and struggled to maintain his farm. But a network of family farmers has helped him develop a sustainable business.
Breakthrough in Locust Management: A Sustainable Solution Can Save Wildlife While Controlling Swarms
Research identifies a new approach to effectively control locusts before they threaten crops and livelihoods.
The Relationship Between Debt and Global Hunger: A Special IPES-Food Report
A debt crisis is pushing millions more people around the world into hunger.
Transforming Youth Education and Regenerating Land
The Blackwood Educational Land Institute connects children of all ages with the natural world through farming.
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.
Upcycling for Hydroponics in Singapore
Keratin can be upcycled from many kinds of on-farm biowastes, like hair, hooves, feathers, wool, and horns.
Film Series Says Out with Industrial Agriculture, in with Agroecology in Africa
The benefits of agroecology are backed by scientific evidence, but a recent film shows philanthropists continue to fund industrialized agriculture.