food security

Averting catastrophic warming requires rapid, global changes to land use and food production, the assessment says.
Officials responsible for UK food supply now working 24/7 despite Theresa May's push for a Brexit delay.
The anti-GMO news and campaign across the globe make me wonder whether improved crop varieties would ever reach small stakeholder farmers like my mother.
But without school lunch programs, a lot of American children don't get enough food.
President Donald Trump's proposed budget slashes the food stamp program, which could have dire implications for the 42 million Americans who depend on it for food assistance.
The Stop's programming doesn't just serve the hungry--it uses the power of community meals to fight isolation more broadly
As Moroccan Environment Minister Anil M. Dave summarized, "[...] the greatest achievement of the summit was that it managed
A yearly investment of about US$3 to US$5 million in public international research would be enough to address most of the
By recognizing our shared interests and working together, the U.S. government, NGOs, and the private sector can continue
Agriculture and the environment are often in competition, because one needs to use what the other needs to conserve.
In terms of loss of human life, this disaster was thankfully far less deadly than the earthquake on January 12, 2010, almost seven years ago now. But the real disaster -- chronic hunger, food insecurity, and dependency -- is yet to come.
Co-author: Sheila Huggins-Rao Mwanaedi's phone number had been shared over the radio as a supplier of OFSP vines, announced
Despite financial and administrative hurdles, growing attention is paid to good nutrition for students of all ages, starting
That's where the SDG Index comes in, launched this summer by my colleagues at the Sustainable Development Solutions Network
In every ocean, sharks are highly sought out... By one another and by the human race for their meat and for their valuable fin, often used in cuisine and trading.
The World Bank estimates that if these post-harvest losses were reduced by only one per cent just in sub-Saharan Africa, there would be economic gains of up to US$40 million each year.