Cargill’s is the latest voice in a multinational chorus calling for big-business-friendly food and farm policies.
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.
The first question a journalist asks when deciding whether to report a story is: What’s new? That can be a challenge when it comes to famine in Africa.
Progress has been impressive on the U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals, but hunger rates remain stubbornly high.
To feed a growing population, the world will have to produce more food. But that’s only part of the story. Meet the winners of the 2012 Innovation Challenges.
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.
With wealthy countries distracted by other crises, hopes dim that haves and have-nots will find common ground on sustainable development.