While recuperating heat from data centres to ease greenhouse energy demands is better than letting it go to waste, we must not overlook the complex implications of these two newly merging industries.
Urban farms can work in developing countries if farmers and architects are aware of conditions that favour food production in built spaces.
Growing meat in vats could help us prepare for climate change - and curb the environmental damage done by traditional meat. But only if we can scale it up.
A drop in food prices might immediately address the lack of economic access to food but will not address the root causes of food insecurity.
The negative effects of conflict on human capital – particularly nutrition, health and education – are larger than commonly thought.
Young Nigerians actively discuss politics and governance despite being kept on the sidelines. They seek a government that would promote their inclusion and solve problems affecting them.
Pulses are important for many reasons. They are packed with nutrition, resilient and crucial for achieving food security in Africa.
The end of an era of cheap food.
Security companies suggest that criminals take advantage of the fact that many home and business security systems get compromised during power outages.
The findings show that Zambian agricultural policies do reduce headcount poverty and inequality.
Rapid increases in food prices due to inflation mean many Canadians may be making different food choices. Here are the possible short- and long-term effects of that, and some ways to save money.
This crucial fertiliser component is mostly found in just five countries.
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Research suggests a meal prepared onsite is likely to be the most achievable way of rolling out school lunches in Australia.
While we know how global changes in freshwater pose risks to humans and ecosystems, we know less about how people and ecosystems will respond to these global freshwater challenges.
States with more capacity, more political inclusion and that make good use of foreign aid tend to see better outcomes.
A specialist in conflict-affected food and farming visits the Gaza Strip.
As droughts intensify, how can we increase crop production in a sustainable way? This is a multidimensional scientific and societal challenge to ensure future food security.
An Australian-first study found 16% of surveyed staff at one university experienced food insecurity over the past 12 months.
The future food security of nearly 1.5 billion Africans depends on the actions and decisions that are made today.