The Food Action Alliance aims to address the world's fragmented agricultural production – and make our food systems more efficient.
Soil is an incomparable source of food security, biodiversity and carbon capture – we must work with the farmer to protect it
With huge environmental impacts resulting from certain food such as meat through carbon emissions, organisers at Davos are offering sustainable, plant-based meals to improve personal heal...
Our global food systems are broken. Fixing it will require deploying the right incentives in the right places - as a new report from the World Economic Forum and McKinsey explains.
It weighs, photographs, and monitors all the food thrown into it, and now this smart bin will be helping boost sustainability at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
To end the plastic waste scourge, companies will need to move to a circular economic model. The Japanese drinks giant Suntory has a plan to do just that. Here's how it will work
By making the production chain transparent, from farmer to consumer, this Ecuadorian initiative could be a game-changer for smallholders.
The competing demands of farmers and conservationists are acute in the cocoa industry. If it can learn how to mitigate deforestation, others can too
An Ipsos survey, commissioned the by the World Economic Forum, finds more than three-quarters of the public are in favour of action to protect endangered fish stocks.
Adequate access to energy in rural communities, powering refrigeration and cold storage, can bring productivity increases and food loss decreases.
Regenerative agroforestry restores land, mitigates climate change, protects biodiversity and enhances food security.
The space, atop one of Thailand's oldest universities, mimics rice terraces and can help curb some of the impacts of climate change, say landscapers.
The landless Oraon minority of northwest Bangladesh have traditionally earned a living labouring in local paddy fields, but are struggling as that work dries up due to water shortages.
While livestock takes up 77% of the world’s agricultural land, it only produces 18% of the world’s calories and 37% of total protein.
A significant decline of bees and other pollinators is affecting crop yields and nutrition, with implications for biodiversity, food security and the economy.