Thirty years ago the World Bank recognised that its position was untenable. It put in place mechanisms to make the bank more accountable to ordinary people.
The effect of climate change on established lifestyles of farming communities are varied
For more than 200 years, European farmers have killed dingoes to protect livestock. But living alongside dingoes benefits nature - and actually helps graziers
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.
Raw flour at the store still contains live microorganisms. And while cooking can kill the fungi, it doesn’t destroy any illness-causing mycotoxins that might be present.
Farm consolidation, increasing land concentration and expanding investor ownership of farmland is leading to growing land inequality in the Canadian Prairies.
Better food supply, a reduction in population growth rate, and greater integration into global markets are three key steps Niger must take.
Corporations restrict what farmers can do with their own seeds, as well as their farm equipment when it breaks down.
Average farm machinery use in Africa is among the lowest in the world.
Bees and other pollinators are key to food production, but they’re hard to keep an eye on. Now, AI software is helping track these essential farm workers.
New research from China shows how the loss of insects is destabilising food webs.
The meat industry is competing with native forest for the same land.
The work done by the campaign before, during and after the drought remains important for the food security of Cape Town
New Zealand is considering a plan to tax methane from cows. But while cows and cars both emit greenhouse gases, they don’t have the same impact over time.
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.
Tinkering around the margins of English farms won’t benefit biodiversity, research suggests.
Solar panels can provide places for animals to rest, shelter and breed – potentially benefitting both the land and farmers.
Amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations fail to address the power imbalances at the heart of the temporary foreign worker program.
The findings show that Zambian agricultural policies do reduce headcount poverty and inequality.