The world’s millions of indigenous people play a critical role in conserving biodiversity.
Golden Rice – a controversial genetically modified product designed to combat malnutrition – has been approved as safe in the Philippines. But key questions remain unanswered.
Storing more carbon in soil helps slow climate change and makes croplands more productive. But there are two kinds of soil carbon that are both important, but function very differently.
Healthy food is fresh food and it needs to be made affordable for everyone.
The sustainability of African agriculture is critical to the continent’s food security and for maintaining agriculture’s contribution to Africa’s rural communities and national economies
The recent bushfire horror exposed fundamental flaws in the way we treat the land. First Peoples know the way out of this ecological crisis – if only Australia would listen.
We all need to eat. Experts imagine how the next agricultural revolution can feed us while fighting climate change and habitat destruction, instead of accelerating it.
Through genetic detective work, scientists have identified missing links in the tomato’s evolution from a wild blueberry-sized fruit in South America to the larger modern tomato of today.
The UK's official climate advisor recommends up to 50,000 hectares of new woodland each year by 2050.
Advancements in data analytics can prevent food wastage and save farmers from significant losses along the fresh produce value chain.
A new generation of ranchers is exploring sustainable ways to raise cattle, sheep and goats in California. Some are grazing herds on fire-prone lands, reducing wildfire risks and improving soils.
Why poverty line data do not capture the ability of Tanzanians to build relatively good houses.
To increase food production, climate challenges will need to be overcome.
Soil and water conservation projects can create fertile farmlands and change migration patterns linked to land degradation in Burkina Faso.
Mathematical modelling tools may predict where tsetse flies are being driven to extinction.
The solids from wastewater plants are usually dumped into landfills because they are contaminated with heavy metals. Now there is a way to remove the metals so the waste can be used as fertilizer.
George Monbiot’s documentary could delight and frustrate cultured meat lovers in equal measure.
Plastic packaging isn't always the enemy and don't be fooled by organic labels.
Overhunting of megafauna such as mammoths may have force us to take up farming, ultimately leading to modern society
We're not powerless to change the future of food. Nature and technology can combine to nourish both the earth and its inhabitants.