America’s food supply network has been mapped for the first time, showing just how far some staples travel from farm to fork. But the study reveals some foods have surprisingly short jour...
Illegal fishing undermines economic development, national security, food security and human rights – and nowhere is this more starkly evident than in the Pacific.
With names including Vincent Van Goat and Selena Goatmez, the mainly Boer goats like to eat noxious weeds and other invasive species that fuel wildfires.
Rotting pumpkins and other holiday waste thrown into landfill contribute to greenhouse gases – but there are many ways our lanterns can live on.
This unusual city council initiative helps senior citizens in Las Vegas who don't have enough to eat.
Climate change is the biggest global threat to the planet and its effects are especially felt in rural communities. However, tech innovation is helping to make a difference.
The Little Free Pantry movement gives those in need 24-hour access in their neighbourhood to food and other basic necessities they may not normally be able to afford.
A total of $4.4 billion is required to improve modern cooking methods, away from 40% of the world's population who still use traditional fuels such as wood and charcoal.
Drones have become a staple in farming tool kits all over the world, but in Ghana rice farmers are using them for the first time to adapt to droughts.
Local communities often play outsized and overlooked roles in global fisheries. For example, Senegal and Mexico are both home to small groups who supply fish to locations all around the w...
Developing countries like Namibia and Kiribati export more than 90% of their fish to Europe and China, while their citizens lack essential vitamins.
Aid agency Concern Worldwide has said that progress towards a 2030 zero hunger target was "under threat or is being reversed".
The world's children currently face the triple burden of undernutrition, hidden shortage of vital nutrients and obesity.
Here's our round-up of the latest stories from around the world about issues affecting food.
It is known for being the most efficient method of storing carbon dioxide, but algae is also used to make tennis shoes, metal alternatives and meat-free burgers. This is how it could help...