With one click, you could order your next meal straight from the field. Find out how this will help us feed the planet.
With climate change affecting global agriculture, farmers need to embrace new technology to form wider networks.
During the summer, the northern areas of Norway experience 24 hours of sunlight. That's when Benjamin Vidmar makes his move.
A new software prototype called eFeed-Hungers makes it easier to give away food, which might otherwise go to waste.
What happens when you bring agriculture, technology and architecture together?
The signs that we are damaging the planet are everywhere. We must act now to stop the loss of biodiversity before things get out of control.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which has just turned 10, holds samples from the world's gene banks.
10 million burgers are eaten in the US every year. If 30% of the beef in these was replaced with mushrooms it would have significant implications for the environment.
Using machine learning and satellite imagery, researchers have created a map showing the world's fishing activity in almost real-time.
Climate change poses a severe threat to some of the foods we know and love - here are some of the most at risk.
Akshay Verma runs Agratam, a social enterprise that develops fish farms and trains fishermen in the Indian state of Birhar.
New food production techniques are driving increasing levels of urban farming - including growing produce in some unusual places.
Biofortification uses conventional plant breeding techniques to enhance the micro-nutrient concentration of staple crops.
With our biggest environmental programme to date, here are some of the principle themes for this year’s meeting and the key sessions you can watch on our website.
The food system is unequal, unsustainable, unstable, and in need of transformation. We must take action - now.