Intelligent trade policies can help limit the threats, including food security, that come with an uneven distribution of water resources across the globe.
Young farmers are more open to outside investment and ownership of the family farm, than older farmers, new research shows.
Our appetite for avocados affects more than just our choice of sandwich filling.
Australia's Great Northern Savannas are the largest and most intact ecosystem of their kind on Earth. But they still face pressure from grazing, mining and agricultural expansion.
The history of how the British fell out of love with seasonal farm work.
Two new studies have linked controversial pesticides neonicotinoides to wild bee and butterfly declines.
Depends on whether or not we reintroduce 'rewilded' animals such as bison or wolves.
Moves to tighten land-clearing laws in Queensland and New South Wales have been met with outrage from farmers. So how can we get regulation right?
Ever since British settlement, water rights in Australia's north have favoured landowners over traditional owners, effectively locking Aboriginal people out of agricultural development.
The Productivity Commission says existing oversight is adequate to deal with misuse of market power.
Britain's new environment secretary has a tough job on her hands.
If blockchains can deliver on supply chain transparency it could revolutionise the food industry.
It's been proved that prizes can boost cultural innovation. The same is certainly true for innovation in agriculture – which Africa desperately needs.
We only have enough food stocks to last 3-5 days, and Brexit has suddenly made things seem worryingly fragile.
Despite numerous challenges, Rwanda has made significant agricultural strides.
The Coalition has ramped up the race to fund the Great Barrier Reef's protection. All three major parties have promised hundreds of millions of dollars, but where from, and what will they be spent on?
Subsidies wouldn't disappear overnight, but help for farmers would be gradually reduced each year.
Urbanisation will require massive amounts of water to sustain the livelihoods of millions expected to move into cities. This may happen at farmers' expense.
They kill thousands of animals and people every year by spreading rabies. New research findings could solve the problem.
Feeding Melbourne generates over 900,000 tonnes of edible food waste every year, enough to feed more than 2 million people.