'Dock to Dish' fishing boats only catch species that are plentiful and in season, and only sell them within a 150-mile radius of the dock.
The definition of malnutrition includes overeating and eating the wrong sorts of food, as well as not having enough food.
Despite Africa showing significant signs of progress, the country still faces significant challenges from climate change to food security. The risks posed by environmental changes mean th...
From shifting social norms, to launching a decade of 'storage solutions', here's 10 ways that governments, companies, farmers and consumers can help achieve the UN's plan of cutting food ...
As regional leaders gather for a summit on protecting the Amazon, where fires are raging, indigenous leaders say they have forest knowledge politicians cannot afford to overlook.
AeroFarms’ vertical farms can grow crops year-round, more efficiently and with a less negative impact on the environment than traditional farming methods.
A quarter of a billion Africans are undernourished today, but a project in Rwanda could offer a solution for ending hunger in the region. It's based on a simple concept: investment in loc...
A desire among young city dwellers to get closer to nature is driving up demand for allotment gardens.
The maps show large areas of barren pastures, which means animals will die, stripping owners of their sole source of food and income
Climate change, overfishing and a growing population are putting incredible strain on global fishing stocks and the communites that depend on them. But there is a sustainable solution wit...
Global negotiations crucial to stopping over-fishing and guaranteeing the future of the ocean are coming to a head. Here's what needs to happen.
The technologies of the 4IR don't necessarily need massive infrastructural support – so they could transform public service delivery in Africa all the more directly.
Cultivating so-called 'inclusive intermediaries' – companies who source from smallholder farmers – would benefit the agricultural value chain across the continent.
E-commerce start-up Jumia was the first African company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It's now a guiding light for a host of innovative companies from the agricultural sector.
Women fulfil important domestic and labour-related roles across the countries who've signed up to the AfCTFA agreement. But only a fraction of their economic potential has been explored.