Rising temperatures are leaving food producers facing more extreme weather events and climate disruptions.
Alexander Retana grows around 22 crops, from bananas to cacao. But his farm is nestled among the trees of the Costa Rican forest.
A new outbreak of ‘Panama Disease’ is causing devastation to banana plantations around the world. Can anything be done to stop it?
What we eat can not only harm our health, but the health of the planet too. But archaeology and anthropology could help us understand how to make agriculture more sustainable today.
For the first time since the advent of industrial animal agriculture, alternative proteins present a viable path forward to sustainably meet global demand for proteins.
Food insecurity is the most severe in countries that make the smallest contribution to global warming.
Goldsmiths, part of the University of London, has taken beef off its menu to fight climate change. The college said it aims to use clean energy and become carbon neutral by 2025.
Black bears are one of a number of species adapting to life with humans, and in some cases, benefiting.
The affordable machine helps farmers stop harvests spoiling and burns green briquettes, not charcoal, for heat. Food waste is a big challenge in Africa, with about half of crops lost due ...
The Finnish company, Solar Foods, has designed a high-protein powder made from CO2, water and electricity.
Farming in a sustainable way has advantages for all ecosystems and organisms, even us. Here's why eating local and seasonal produce is a key part of sustainable agriculture.
Dealing with the world’s growing food waste problem has become a serious issue. Could insect larvae form part of the solution?
Farming is the latest industry to make use of up and coming technologies: from assessing sustainability to reporting failed equipment.
Food is a common thread linking all 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Addressing issues of food waste and loss, over-nutrition and malnutrition offer a chance for progress.
The fall armyworm is devastating Asian crops, but now researchers are using a combination of innovative, natural techniques to stop it.