Cary Fowler and Geoffrey Hawtin Named 2024 World Food Prize Laureates

Fowler and Hawtin are recognized for their work in protecting global food security and biodiversity.

Mexico Is Right to Reject GMO Tortillas

High levels of genetically engineered toxins and glyphosate in GM corn pose serious health risks in Mexico.

Saving Seeds Today Protects Food Systems Tomorrow

Seed saving is offers a way to regain control over food production and build resilient and local food systems.

Report Finds That Agriculture Is Breaching Several Planetary Boundaries

The planetary boundaries framework looks at human’s impact on the environment more holistically than just focusing on greenhouse gasses and climate change.

Indigenous People, Western Science, and Conservation in Thailand

This community of indigenous people used science and international organizations to prove that they know what’s best for the environment.

WWF Releases New Framework to Drive Positive Food Systems Transformation

There is an urgent need for food systems change. A new framework for decision makers can help implement and scale ideas that have transformative impact.

Mexico’s Proposed GM Corn Ban Sparks North American Trade Turmoil

From shaking up the American corn lobby to protecting traditional crops in Mexico, see how a ban on genetically modified corn could transform agriculture.

From Farm to Table: Chefs Unite to Advocate for Healthy Soils and a Sustainable Future

By telling eaters the story behind their food, chefs can help others understand how their dietary choices impact the environment. 

Report Urges Financial Sector to Take Action and Reverse Biodiversity Loss

Estimates suggest pesticide use is up 80 percent since 1990. That’s a problem for the world’s biodiversity.

World’s Oceans at Risk: U.N. Members Meet Again to Reach Consensus on High Seas Treaty

U.N. countries are meeting again in the hopes of reaching a consensus on the High Seas Treaty to protect 30 percent of the ocean.

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