As the last few weeks have once again made shockingly clear, the next century will be one where humanity has to adapt to increasingly extreme weather events as a result of global warming. We are in crisis, and need to

Food insecurity is a problem that a select part of the world has the luxury of ignoring.  With a staggering 73.6% of adults in the United States being overweight, it can seem like Americans have quite the opposite problem compared

After months of activism from consumers and plant-based companies, the EU has withdrawn Amendment 171. The amendment would have stopped plant-based dairy from using phrases like 'creamy' on their labels. If passed, the bill would have required hundreds of plant-based

Editor’s Note: This is the second article about the role of livestock farming in climate change by Kees Blokland, a noted social entrepreneur and founder of Agriterra, an agri-agency that provides expert advice to farmers and cooperatives. The first article

Vietnamese peanuts have showcased organic farming's potential. If the peanut industry goes organic, profits may increase whilst lowering the industry's carbon footprint. Research suggests that farmers in My Loi Climate-Smart Village in Vietnam can generate more profits from peanut cultivation by going organic. In

Women in agriculture are vital in fighting climate change and achieving food security; yet they face a number of barriers. Women are the backbone of the agricultural sector, composing 43% of the labor force globally and up to 80% in certain

Companies globally are moving quickly to bring to market meat products that are grown from animal cells in a lab, also known as “clean”, “cultivated” or “cultured” meats. In Singapore, on 2nd December 2020 lab-grown meat was approved for sale

The increasing frequency of cyclones is threatening the local coconut industry of Odisha, India. Their solution: the dwarf coconut tree. Hybrid coconut cultivation as a climate resilient practice in Odisha to serve as a safety net mechanism for farmers India is one

Our seas, planet Earth's most significant carbon sink, and ecosystem are on a death spiral. Eighty-seven percent of the world's oceans are dying. A natural question arises out of this: Is 'sustainable seafood' really working? Are we being sold a

While you sip your morning brew, consider this: By 2050, the area suitable for most coffee production is expected to decline by around 50%. The culprit? Climate change. The climate crisis. Your daily dose of coffee depends on specific climate conditions,

Lockdown and COVID restrictions have meant that for many of us there’s been somewhat of a drought of dinner dates and spontaneous outings recently. Experts say that “keeping the spark alive” requires time, love and determination. With everything that's going

Food is so much more than sustenance. It is a currency of culture, of exchange, of community, and of care. Food has always been my language of love, and one of the ways in which I’ve explored and connected with

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