The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has further destabilized global food chains supplies. Technological innovations like blockchain can help address these challenges.
Year round local food production is within our grasp, and will slash agriculture's climate impact — but only if we embrace agricultural technology.
We're not powerless to change the future of food. Nature and technology can combine to nourish both the earth and its inhabitants.
Demonstration farms are a key way in which new knowledge can be transferred to farmers around the world.
The concerns about genetically modified foods are well known. But when we look at population and climate projections, what happens if we don't use them to increase our food supply?
The majority of water that people use goes to agriculture. In a drier, hungrier future, we'll need to use what water we have with less waste. Technologies being developed now will help.
Precision agriculture harnesses technology to help farmers grow more food using less water, fertilizer, pesticide, fuel and labor.