Food prices are rising again. In some countries, the effect will be disastrous.
Increasingly, countries are recognizing land ownership as a powerful lever they can use to create opportunity.
A progressive, collaborative approach to food production and consumption is the only viable way forward’, says Amanda Sourry of Unilever.
At the World Economic Forum, our mandate as an International Institute under Swiss law is to find innovative ways for the public and private sectors to work together to solve critical glo...
Every day too many men and women in countries across the globe struggle to feed their children a simple, nutritious meal. Here are 5 things we need to do to change that.
In contrast to the UN Millennium Development Goals agreed in 2000, the private sector was given the opportunity to provide input and help elaborate the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goa...
Which technologies could most powerfully transform the lives of smallholder farmers?
A small survey looks at people's attitudes to 3D printed food.
Have you ever wondered how much water goes into your Christmas lunch?
New research examines the environmental impact of the food we eat.
Americans spend just 6% of their income on food. In some countries, that figure is as high as 56%.
Just a few weeks after the Paris Climate Change Agreement officially came into force, the latest analysis concluded that even if it is fully implemented, we are heading for a 2.9°C- 3.4°C...
Patrick Dupoux and Younes Zrikem from Boston Consulting Group look at the impact of climate change on agriculture in Africa.
Exploring the global impact of malnutrition.
It is not just a case of producing more food, but producing healthy food, and ensuring it reaches the people who need it most, says Corinna Hawkes.