Urban gardening in Ethiopia brings a livelihood and critical nutrition to people living with HIV.
Johns Hopkins’s Center for a Livable Future supports research connecting aquaculture and public health.
The United Nations has designated next year, 2014, the International Year of the Family Farmer (IYFF), and preparations around the world are already beginning.
Innovations in fish-feed and land-based containment systems offer solutions to sustainable aquaculture says American Association for the Advancement of Science
This post in Food Tank’s series on World Water Day highlights practices that farmers can use to help reduce water consumption and waste.
Today’s post, the second in Food Tank’s series on World Water Day, profiles the role that governments and policymakers play in sustainable water use.
European Union to vote during March 14-15th meeting on a proposal to ban the use of three common crop insecticides due to their harmful impacts on bees.
Aquaculture has the potential to increase incomes, reduce malnutrition, and protect wild fish populations in developing regions.
Returning to more aromatic antibiotic alternatives, like oregano oil, might play a key part in quelling the growing resistance to drugs.