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As the war in Ukraine continues and the food supply is destroyed, 45 per cent of Ukrainians are now worried about being able to find food.
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400 experts said the EU should be encouraging plant-based diets as a way to avoid food shortages.
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The Israeli company behind these gummy bears feeds its insects with the finest organic grass.
This rider-owned food delivery service is taking on Deliveroo
A new company in London is hitting back against the gig economy with carbon neutral food deliveries and fair wages for their riders.
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Which country is being hit with the first climate change famine?
“If we don't reverse this crisis, families will starve and lives will be lost," says the UN.
Why COVID is making people quit their jobs to go and work on a farm
This year is the 50th anniversary of WWOOFING - which stands for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms.
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The soil on Mars is thought to be rich in iron, meaning leafy green vegetables could thrive.
Why food must be at the heart of environmental action before COP26
An expert in sustainable food futures explains why transforming agricultural systems will lead to a more resilient future for the planet.
What are community fridges and how are they tackling food insecurity?
Community fridges, where local residents come together to share supplies, have become a vital resource around the world during the coronavirus crisis.
This community seed program is ensuring the future of food in Ireland
A handful of people in Ireland want to make sure that their kids eat the same apples as they did. But it takes a lot of work to protect native seeds.
The future of food and drink: How can we build resilient food systems?
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What is Airbnb farming and how could it improve food supply chains?
Two farmers have created a service that allows you to receive produce on-demand and help reduce food waste.
Why universal access to water is crucial for both people and planet
As we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, water management is key to preserving global food systems.
More than 900 million tonnes of food is thrown away each year, says UN
Food waste is a ‘significant’ environmental problem.
‘Dark vessels’ are being tracked from space to stop illegal fishing
Satellite technology is being brought in to help combat problems with unregulated fishing in coastal nations.
Why have high-rise balcony gardens become a hot trend in Dubai?
These stunning vertical gardens show how residents are taking a desire for green space into their own hands.
Would you eat blue algae to save the planet?
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What could a post-pandemic food revolution look like?
Now could be the perfect time to get in touch with where our food comes from.
Over a million airline meals rescued to feed disadvantaged families
One social enterprise has been salvaging food to support the most vulnerable people amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus could make rising global hunger worse, warns new report
More than 130 million people worldwide suffered from acute food insecurity last year. COVID-19 could push that number higher, a new report has warned.
Somalia deals with plague of locusts — by frying and eating them
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EU warns climate change could wipe out crop production in Europe
Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials.
Eat plants, conserve land to curb climate change — IPCC
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