Access and perception can keep many smallholder farmers in developing countries from swapping out pesticides for sustainable solutions.
Sweden’s simple and straightforward approach to dietary recommendations makes it easy for citizens to make informed choices about their impact on the environment and their health.
City Growers is creating unique and forward-thinking programs for youth across New York City to explore agriculture and sustainability.
The 5th Global Soil Week will convene more than 200 experts, policymakers, and civil society representatives to discuss the urgency for investing in sustainable land management.
Chef Dan Barber and Kathleen Merrigan talk about how policy and the culinary industry can transform agriculture through taste.
A venture-backed technology startup, FoodMaven, is tackling the US$161 billion per year industrial food waste problem with innovative solutions that allow food producers and suppliers to earn a profit from once landfilled- destined food.
The U.N. FAO is endorsing India’s proposal to declare 2023 as the International Year of Millets. Millet is becoming a favorite globally among those affected by climate change because of its ability to thrive in harsh and arid environments.
Small-scale farmers in the tropics face many challenges. However, Dr. Ruben Echeverría of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture remains hopeful.
The FAO predicts that the severity of the pest problem is only going to increase with Climate Change—calling for farmers’ to enhance their knowledge and skills to best manage pests and diseases of crops.