Today is World Water Day, when the U.N. beats its drums about one of the world’s most threatened resources. This year’s theme is “Water and Food Security.”
A population scholar lauds “Food for 9 Billion” for linking the need for family planning to the challenge of feeding the world.
A new initiative looks at farms as parts of complex systems that provide more than food and income.
Tonight’s story on PBS NewsHour probes the connection between foreign investment in African farmland and the displacement of native people.
It’s no coincidence that the world’s poorest countries also are the most vulnerable to a changing climate.
Viewers respond to our PBS NewsHour story about food and family planning in the Philippines.
“Food for 9 Billion” is all over the airwaves tonight, with features on American Public Media’s Marketplace and PBS NewsHour on the links between population growth and food security.
Check out these snaps from Bangladesh, where communities are girding for climate change, and India, where a grassroots movement is working to avert a water crisis.
Greetings from one of the world’s most “climate vulnerable” countries as it prepares for a future of storms, floods, droughts, salty soils and other unpleasantness.
Today’s feature on American Public Media’s Marketplace looks at the politics of food as Egyptians head back to the polls.