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Denmark’s organic movement is growing like gangbusters. Here’s why that’s important and why it’s good for people’s health and food security in Denmark.
Making changes (today, even small ones) that can help feed 9 billion by 2050.
Organic farming in Cuba is the norm by default. Now that U.S.-Cuban relations are improving, what will the future of Cuba’s food production look like?
“We need to feed the world” is biotech’s favorite marketing slogan. It paints proponents of sustainable agriculture as extremists who care more about shopping at Whole Foods than helping the hungry. And it’s so, so wrong.
The food biodiversity loss since the turn of last century is staggering, and it’s putting our food supply in danger.
Our food system has some serious problems, and if we’re going to feed the world, something has to change. Proponents of industrial agriculture say that to feed the world what we need are more GMOs and more industrial farms. Food MythBusters takes a look at this claim.
Climate change is about more than just hotter summers. As the world heats up, we’re also expected to see more extreme weather and increased incidences of drought. That presents challenges to the farmers producing our food, and according to research from the Rodale Institute, the answer may be organic farming.
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?
Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet emphasizes reducing food waste as a means to meet the needs of a growing human population, alleviate hunger, and conserve resources.
Is a plant-based, vegan diet the answer to our world’s growing food needs?
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) proclaimed today that we need to switch from the intensive farming practices of the past half-century to more sustainable agricultural practices if we want to feed the world in 2050.
The Urban Farming Guys are conducting an urban agriculture experiment in Kansas City with a powerful mission. Check out the video about their project and some ideas on how you can get involved with them or in your own community!