An expert explores the impact of a changing climate - from temperatures to precipitation - on insects, their diets and the potentials consequences for us.
The expected significant rise in the frequency, duration, and intensity of extreme weather events could affect both advanced and developing economies.
Governments give out $700 billion in farm subsidies globally; however, this can inadvertently drive forest loss and land degradation.
A new wave of meat-free proteins, made from mushrooms, could be a solution to developing a more sustainable food system for future generations.
Methane poses more than 80 times the global warming threat of CO2 over a 20-year period, but remains in the atmosphere for a relatively short time.
After the Paris Climate agreement of 2015, Svein Tore Holsether sharpened his focus on decarbonizing food value chains. On Meet The Leader, he explains how this shift is changing the comp...
Solutions to reduce food waste could involve more innovative farming technology and highlighting the money shoppers could save by not wasting their food.
Climate change can have severe knock-on effects for food security. The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened food insecurity, according to the World Food Programme.
Systems that link two or more farming activities, at least one of which is a fish-farming activity, could provide sustainable solutions to food security.
Nourishing our growing global population with healthy food requires better functioning value chains and more coordinated action from all stakeholders.
Flat-packed noodles that form iconic pasta shapes when cooked could lead to more sustainable packaging, transportation, and storage, according to research.
Tolaro Global uses sustainable methods and a community-minded ethos to produce its cashew products, as part of a global shift towards sustainable agriculture.
The populations of many pollinator insects such as bees, wasps, and butterflies are in decline, which raises concerns about our food security in future.
A project is creating circular gardens in Senegal to reduce food insecurity, help decrease desertification across the area and engage community workers.
Computer models predicted that during lockdown, indoor ozone concentrations would increase by 50%. Two chemists explain indoor pollution and its risks.