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With the ongoing coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic taking up most of the headlines, here are some of the stories that may have slipped down your news feed.
Five simple things we can do to have a healthier relationship with water and our environment in the future.
Governments should act without delay to safeguard trade routes and supply chains.
The coronavirus lockdowns are making city dwellers realise how crucial urban farms can be in feeding the urban population.
A combination of consumer hoarding, disruption to supply chains and the lack of migrant workers is threatening food production and supply.
From swarming locusts to the warmest winter on record in Europe and Asia, here are some important stories you may have missed.
Food waste is a growing problem that this tech start-up wants to help solve – by finding new customers for unwanted meals.
Nature and biodiversity loss are having a substantial impact on what we eat and how we feed the world's populations.
Also in this week's round-up: what is happening to Fukushima after nuclear meltdown and 5 charts that bust migration myths.
Intensive avocado farming in Mexico is causing water shortages, biodiversity loss and even earthquakes – what are the solutions?
Climate change poses a major threat to food supplies - so these seed hunters set off to try and collect the wild relatives of 28 globally important crops.
Tuna is overfished, with stocks of some species at historic lows. But blockchain technology could help to crack down on illegal fishing and make the industry more sustainable.
The oceans can play a huge role in feeding the planet's growing population - but we must avoid the mistakes we have made in land-based agriculture if we are to do this sustainably.
With climate change threatening food supply in Senegal, these farmers are turning to agroecology, in the form of planting trees on farms, diversifying crops and their rotation and using o...
This challenge of changing the way the world produces and consumes food is central to companies, governments, international institutions and civil society.