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In the eighth episode of our environmental podcast series, we talk to the pioneers re-engineering the future of food, starting with the mighty burger.
Expert bodies have warned that COVID-19's devastation to global food security is only a precursor of the effects of climate change.
A recent study published in Nature Sustainability has revealed that around 88% of species will have their habitat affected by increasing land use for agriculture, by 2050.
From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades.
Edible insects are being used in cat and dog food as a healthy, more sustainable and low-carbon alternative to meat.
Urban farming could have a key role in feeding the world’s ever-growing population. Now a start-up in Belgium has come up with a stress-free way of letting anyone try their hand at the pr...
U.S. start-up Eat Just has been granted permission to sell its lab-grown meat alternative in Singapore. Demand for alternatives to regular meat has surged in recent years.
Lack of nutrition in school years is contributing to stunted growth, according to a new study, which recommends governments instigate free, healthy school meals.
Plants we consider to be weeds may soon be feeding our growing global population – and helping to combat climate change. Here’s how.
Model and activist Sabrina Dhowre Elba is calling on governments to increase funding for the world’s smallholder farmers, whose lives depend on the food they produce.
Whilst the risk remains low of COVID-19 transmission through foods, food producers and consumers should be vigilant when handling, cooking and eating.
A healthy diet can reduce the risks of some cancers, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. However, many people don't know what it means to eat a healthy, balanced diet.
The chef and founder of Food for Soul stressed the importance of creating sustainable, ethical food systems that distribute food to those who need it most.
Building a bridge between food and finance can help us transform how we produce and consume food to feed a growing global population and meet the SDGs
By 2050 there will be two billion more people on Earth than there are today. Agriculture can’t deliver enough food to meet that need so change is needed to increase output across the glob...