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...
Amid an escalating crisis, Chilean authorities took urgent action – bringing in innovative food regulations focused on three key areas.
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.
By making the production chain transparent, from farmer to consumer, this Ecuadorian initiative could be a game-changer for smallholders.
Adequate access to energy in rural communities, powering refrigeration and cold storage, can bring productivity increases and food loss decreases.
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.
Palau has been practising "bul" for centuries – and now it’s the philosophy behind its huge new protected marine area.
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.
The legislation is desperately needed as only 180,000 tonnes of the annual 2 million tonnes of plastic film used to protect crops gets recycled.
MIT engineers have created a special seed coating that supplies essential nutrients to the germinating plant and helps it grow in barren areas.
Planting mangrove trees on the shores of Vietnam is helping protect against global warming – and also sowing the seeds of female empowerment.
China’s “free from meat” market, has grown 33.5% since 2014 to be worth $9.7 billion last year, according to Euromonitor. It is set to reach $11.9 billion by 2023.
Seawater Solutions is using saltmarshes to grow salt-resistant plants like samphire, which is growing from gourmet garnish to mainstream meal.
Lake Chad has shrunk to a tenth its size, with climate change one of the factors. This has a huge impact on the lives of people dependent on it for food and water. A local explains.
If emissions continue to rise, by 2100 over 7.2 billion people will be exposed to food shortages.