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.
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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.
Southern and Eastern Africa face the challenges of growing agricultural production to meet food demand, while also adapting to extreme weather.
Production of animal based foods makes up 57% of total emission from the food system.
Supermarkets and restaurants are the most visible sources of waste, but it is businesses further up the production process that are most in need of reform.
Despite natural disasters, climate change and a refugee crisis Bangladesh is tackling food insecurity with urban agriculture, fairer trade and sustainable fisheries
There a few simple things we can do to help improve the global food situation like reducing meat intake per meal and eating more seafood.
Wild relatives of popular crops are being driven to extinction through the changing climate, including potatoes, avocados and vanilla.
English soccer club Manchester City is trialing an edible coffee cup made from leak-proof wafer. FIFA is aiming for Qatar 2022 to be the first carbon-neutral World Cup.
Madagascar is suffering from famine caused by climate change, in spite of only contributing 0.01% of all the carbon dioxide generated from 1933-2019.