World Economic Forum Founder and Chairman Klaus Schwab made this speech at the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on World Food Day on 16 October.
According to a new poll, 31% of Americans say that COVID-19 has affected their household’s access to food with 17% saying they visited food banks more.
Our global food production and distribution system is wasteful, unequal and unsustainable. Industry experts explain the problem and some of the solutions.
New research, known as the 'Blue Food Assessment', has shown that these foods could help to us to meet the challenges of climate change and food security.
Scientists are working to model and predict drought in East Africa to prevent famine and save lives as these events become more common.
81% of global crop production is performed on small farms. The pressure on small farms worldwide to produce food, fuel, and animal feed has increased.
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the vulnerability of our food systems. Here's how microgreens can help to provide future global nutrition security.
It is currently harder to buy food on the international market than in almost every other year since the UN record-keeping began in 1961.
Sustainably ramping up the production of seafood is critical to addressing staggering global levels of malnutrition and associated micronutrient deficiencies, a new study finds.
Radio Davos collects highlights from the 2021 Sustainable Development Impact Summit as the world gears up for the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow.
Scientists in Singapore are creating antibacterial bandages out of durian husks that would otherwise be incinerated, contributing to environmental waste.
Halting deforestation and restoring damaged landscapes are essential to combating global climate change. Learn how companies are playing their part.
Using mobile technology and existing food sector systems, this startup is connecting hungry people with sources of help, supporting food banks and charities.
As Madagascar faces the first climate change-created famine, it is time to ask how we can empower farmers to speed the transition to nature-positive food systems.
Some people believe that fisheries and aquaculture have the potential to improve the world's food systems.