China’s growing appetite for meat and dairy is driving big changes in everything from farming to food safety.
Human Rights Watch has released a report detailing reprisal attacks by the Ethiopian military over a shooting at a rice farm.
As farmers age and family farms struggle to stay afloat, societies everywhere seek ways to get young people excited about agriculture.
A violent attack at the Saudi Star rice plantation has reportedly left at least five people dead and at least eight more wounded.
As mobile technology spreads, low-cost services put power in the hands of the people who keep Africa fed.
A controversial resettlement program in Ethiopia is the latest battleground in the global race to secure prized farmland and water. TRANSCRIPT: Anchor introduction: And now a follow-up to a story that aired on PBS NewsHour in April 2010 about foreign land investment in Ethiopia. In the wake of that investment, tens of thousands of residents […]
Tonight’s story on PBS NewsHour probes the connection between foreign investment in African farmland and the displacement of native people.