Does the Fourth Industrial Revolution offer new opportunities or pose new threats? The World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Environmental and Natural Resource Security has spen...
The future of food supplies is under "severe threat" because of the number of animal and plant species fast disappearing, a United Nations report has said.
Driven by a demand for food, the ancient food globalization process saw grains spread across vast regions.
We're told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but that could be another dietary myth, according to a new review.
One explanation for the global greening phenomenon could be increasing CO2 levels boosting plant growth - known as the “CO2 fertilisation effect”.
We can all engage in moral exercise, whether that be reading a book, writing poetry or listening to music.
By farming smarter we can also address undernutrition, water pollution and biodiversity loss.
The cacao seeds used to make chocolate could be extinct by 2050, unless we act to preserve them now.
New research suggests that the way we label and describe healthier foods could influence what we eat.
A initiative which helps retrain Ethiopian herders to farm off the land is proving popular people in the country's Hamar region.
From shopping smart to knowing what your expiry dates mean.
The number of animals we eat is increasing rapidly. And that’s bad news for the planet.
Few women in Kenya have land title documents, and few are getting them, which means most are locked out of the chance to start a business - but loans can help.
Potatoes are the latest victims of a series of unusual weather events which have affected British crops over the past 10 years.
A lack of charging stations is one of the main reasons that electric vehicle use is low in Canada. Changing the way we plan our cities could help address this.