More than ever, the world’s ways of keeping hunger at bay are taking a pounding as food shocks become more frequent
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.
Using less land and having more high-yield farms could be the best answer to the planet’s needs.
Our fixation on efficiency and markets is destroying whole swaths of the planet. Only a genuine people's movement can offer a remedy.
A warmer world could mean shrinking harvests and a more meager diet for millions of people, according to two new studies.
A new book unpacks the polar opposites of extreme pessimism and optimism about the future of humanity, through the lives of two of their earliest and most compelling advocates.
The tech-gilded region is home not just to the uber-wealthy but also to a population that needs help just to get adequate food.
Without an urgent effort to find a political solution and get massive food aid into the country, almost 7 million people may face starvation.
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.