Scientists say “rapid and far-reaching changes in all aspects of society” will have to be made and that what we eat is high on the list.
By not using massive industrial farming and irrigation equipment, small farms better maintain the quality of our soil, air and water -- which is more healthful all around. By not using massive industrial farming and irrigation equipment, small farms better maintain the quality of our soil, air and water—which is more healthful all around.
The indigenous group has built an autonomous, locally based food system that escapes corporate programs and practices that are fostering unprecedented poverty, hunger and suffering.
As many governments seek to promote healthy diets, scientists warn that climate-related reductions in fruit and vegetable production could have deadly consequences.
Increasing intensity of heat and drought as a result of global warming may have caused a reduction in worldwide cereal harvests by up to a 10th since the mid-1960s.
The Cuban model—developed in a time of crisis after the collapse of the Soviet Union—is seen as offering potential solutions to many countries in the world.
A British government scientific panel says increasingly frequent heat waves, droughts and other extreme weather threaten more -- and more severe -- global food crises.
The pre-eminent institutions in British science and engineering -- some with long records of promoting fossil fuels -- say the U.K. should lead the way to a zero carbon world.
Satellite data raise red flags about the draining of underground aquifers in California and elsewhere to meet the demands of expanding populations.
International experts say the last 50 years of health advances worldwide will be jeopardized unless urgent steps are taken to confront climate change.