A chilling study has found that climate change could kill more than 500,000 adults in 2050 around the globe.
With food in short supply, Venezuela Venezuela have been asked to start their own urban gardens. Can Venezuela urban gardens really feed a hungry nation?
Urban farming has been reimagined with Cityblooms’ lightweight, modular, hydroponic micro-farms. They call them “growbots,” and they’re remarkably cool.
Fruitcycle founder Elizabeth Bennett believes that “there is no bad fruit.” Here’s how she turned reducing food waste into a viable business plan and social enterprise.
June 16-22 is National Pollinator Week, and what better way to celebrate than by inviting pollinators to your own backyard?
Just as the White House has released its massive climate change report, a new study out of Harvard’s School of Public Health finds that rising global temperatures are also going to make our food less nutritious.
We know that there’s a potential food crisis on the horizon, but what factors are most important when it comes to our food future? Lester R. Brown weighs in.
You’ve heard of peak oil, but we’re also facing an even scarier scenario. When we reach peak water, we’re looking at a devastating food and water crisis.
Fertilizer use is on the rise worldwide, but these chemicals are becoming less and less effective. Earth Policy Institute’s Lester R. Brown has the numbers.
Because of climate change and over-irrigation, India may soon be facing a food crisis.
The headline of a Washington Post blog post screamed global food crisis: “This terrifying chart shows we’re not growing enough food to feed the world.” The Global Food Crisis Is [ … ]
How could you influence the global food crisis as President for a day? Action Aid, a global non-profit determined to end poverty, wants you to find out.
“There’s no doubt that the food system is broken. More than 1 billion people are obese, nearly 1 billion people go to bed hungry every night, and at least 2 billion [ … ]