Agricultural sustainability is as much about power and sovereignty as it is about soil, water and crops.
This key fertiliser ingredient is subject to sudden price spikes.
Integrating local and Indigenous knowledge into conservation can help to support diverse diets without compromising biodiversity goals.
Understanding how key dietary nutrients move around the world within traded food gives us a better picture of global population health – and how the wealth gap between countries affects it.
Ghana’s industries need fewer production constraints and more incentives to compete domestically.
Community-centred approaches to urban agriculture have been successful in various parts of the world.
Increasing the quality of a traditional wine sourced from plantain in Nigeria offers a viable way of reducing waste and boosting food security.
The early heat melted snow and warmed rivers, heating up the land and downstream ocean areas. The effects harmed salmon fisheries, melted sea ice and fueled widespread fires.
Food systems are increasingly disrupted by climate disasters, while also being a major contributor to climate change. World leaders at COP28 vowed to do something about it.
Two EU-funded projects are looking at high-tech solutions that could transform honeybee colonies into bio-hybrid entities.
Food insecurity is an issue felt particularly acutely by Inuit across Northern Canada. Culturally appropriate food systems may be the solution.
The share of low-income US families who sometimes or often didn’t have enough food to eat fell from 24.5% to 22.5% between late April and late July of 2020, a research team found.
Farming has made crop plants reliant on synthetic fertilisers, but we can reactivate their ability to engage with beneficial microorganisms and make them more independent.
The G20 has its critics, but an expert on international politics explains why it still performs a useful function – particularly in this period of great geopolitical divisions.
The new report on alien invasive species doesn’t just concentrate on problems. It also offers solutions.
African must make its collective voice heard on Russian mercenaries in African conflicts.
The new El Niño is unlikely to significantly increase global food prices, but some parts of the world will feel the pain.
Disturbing news about the potential for widespread crop failure as the climate changes should send shockwaves through governments around the world. Time to rethink global trade and food security.
Genetically modified crops are increasing yield and food security in developed countries, but in Africa, a lack of adoption is limiting success.
When the roads flooded around Lismore, it left supermarket shelves empty for months. Keeping everyone fed took a huge community effort. Now we need to make food supply secure.