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Where to get your daily helping of news from the feeding-the-world front.
Lower corn and soy yields could mean dangerously high food prices in Africa and Asia.
There’s something about a searing hot summer day that leads a guy to kick off his shoes, turn on his fan and head to the Internet in search of cool graphics about the importance of water in the global food system.
A food industry giant’s Global Food Security Index adds nutrition, food safety and public policy to the mix.
Progress has been impressive on the U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals, but hunger rates remain stubbornly high.
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Tomorrow is a big day for public confabulation about feeding a world with 9 billion people in it, with high-profile events in Aspen, Colo., and New York.
As a listen of American Public Media’s Marketplace points out, one of the keys to sustainable farming is healthy, living soil.