Today is officially World Water Day 2012. Eat Drink Better and the Important Media network have decided to participate by providing written works on water issues around the world. Find [ … ]
I’ve written about the link between food security (or insecurity) and climate change several times here on Eat Drink Better this year, and others have as well. Here are 11 [ … ]
Beginning at 8pm this evening, Al Gore and 23 other speakers will be discussing climate change and dispelling false claims made by its deniers. You can watch it live right here.
Wait…what does climate change have to do with food? Everything.
Beginning at 8pm tomorrow evening, Al Gore and 23 other speakers will be discussing climate change and dispelling false claims made by its deniers, and we’ll be streaming it live here at Eat Drink Better.
What does climate change have to do with food? Everything.
We talk a lot about food security, self-sufficiency, and growing your own food around here, but how much space would you need to totally feed yourself and your family?
Sustainable agriculture is a key component in reducing China’s air pollution and water contamination, protecting forests and wildlife, all while producing nutritious food.
The trend of international land grabbing—when governments and private firms invest in or purchase large tracts of land in other countries for the purpose of agricultural production and export—can have serious environmental and social consequences, according to researchers at the Worldwatch Institute.
Agricultural production is only the first step in moving the world’s food from farm to fork…
Small farms are the key to global food security in the 21st century, the UN has announced.
Now, this didn’t hit me until recently, but if you don’t follow climate science closely (or much at all), you may have a hard time making the connection between climate change (or global weirding) and food security or food prices.
Experts warn that climate change has already decreased the safety of the world’s food supply, and that things are only going to get worse.
A report released last week by the International Livestock Research Institute shows that livestock are fueling disease epidemics worldwide.
Seed banks are facilities that collect and preserve seeds to ensure the future of our food security. Right now, a major Russian seed bank is in danger of being shut [ … ]