Sustainable Agriculture

Nuance Is Our Friend, Ideology Is Our Enemy

To build a better food system, we must welcome solutions that embrace nuance.

Supermarkets No Longer Able to Sell Foods Linked to Illegal Deforestation

A recent bill from the United Kingdom’s Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs bans the country’s supermarkets from purchasing foods linked to illegal deforestation and land procurement practices.

Study Underscores the Need to Reduce Food-Related Emissions

Researchers at the University of Oxford find that food-Related emissions could stand in the way of Paris climate agreement goals.

How AgrAbility is Creating Opportunities for Farmers Living with Disabilities

AgrAbility is working to support farmers with disabilities.

The Effects of U.S. Federal Payments on the Agriculture Sector

Farmers face challenges from trade wars, climate change, and COVID-19 but need more than federal payments to be sustainable long term.

S2G creates new US$100 Million S2G Oceans Fund

Seed 2 Growth (S2G) Ventures, an impact investing firm, launched a new fund to restore ocean health. Named S2G Oceans, the fund intends to address damage caused by climate change.

Lesotho and IFAD Address the Rural Economy and Sustainable Agriculture

IFAD and Lesotho work to address sustainable rural agriculture development while uplifting women and youth in agriculture.

Farming Right Can Boost Soil Lifespans, Research Shows

By countering erosion, soil conservation techniques could allow farmers to feed the world for more than 10,000 years.

Greater Pittsburgh Food Action Plan Prioritizes Justice in the Food System

The Greater Pittsburgh Food Action Plan seeks to prioritize equity in the region’s food system.

17 Movements in South America Fighting for Food and Land Sovereignty

These 17 movements are advocating and fighting for food sovereignty and sustainable land management in South America.