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Amid global food crisis, we need to turn over a new leaf on coca
Allowing international trade of coca products, including its use as an organic fertiliser, could play a significant role in addressing the food insecurity crisis, Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch and Diego Garcia Devis argue.
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'These devastating floods are an acute example of how those living in a country responsible for less than 1 per cent of global carbon emissions are seeing their lives completely turned upside down by the climate crisis.’
Food banks are crucial to disaster relief. There is no debate about it
With greater awareness and support, community-based food banks can be better prepared before crises strike and support communities long after emergency responders have moved on, Lisa Moon writes.
A solution for global food insecurity may be hiding in our oceans
With growing stress on existing food systems from climate change, environmental harm and rising populations, there is significant potential for finding culturally acceptable blue foods with high nutritional and economic value yet relatively low environmental impact, Beatrice Crona writes.
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Households across Europe are struggling to pay bills as the cost of living crisis bites and leads to street protests in many countries
Davos 2023: The 5 key issues dominating the WEF agenda this year
The theme of the 2023 World Economic Forum meeting is "Cooperation in a fragmented world" - and the problems needing global solutions are mounting up.
Record food prices in 2022 due to Ukraine war and drought
Global food prices last year were more than 14% above the average for 2021 - which itself saw huge increases.
The Dutch bakers making stale bread fresh again
A group of bakers in the Netherlands is reducing waste by recycling unsold bread and making it fresh again
Russia and Ukraine trade barbs at the UN over grain export deal halt
The United Nations Security Council has met to discuss Russia’s suspension of grain exports through the Black Sea in an attempt to prevent food shortages.
‘Our food systems are broken’: Can COP27 help fix agriculture?
For the first time at the UN climate conference, a food pavilion will help put agroecology and other solutions on the agenda.
Our health is at the ‘mercy’ of fossil fuel addiction, scientists warn
Infectious disease, toxic air pollution and food security are among the global crises being made worse by our reliance on fossil fuels.
Chitin-free crickets provide tasty boost for Thai burger joint
Crickets are extremely popular to eat in Thailand but some parts of the insects can be problematic as they get stuck in between teeth. An enterprising fast-food restaurant may have the answer.
How a summer of droughts, floods and fires is hiking up food prices
Staple foods like wheat and luxury products like coffee are set to get more expensive as the planet warms.
Four more grain ships set sail from Black Sea ports under Russia deal
The cargo ships carrying over 160,000 tonnes of corn and other foodstuffs left Chernomorsk and Odesa, heading for Turkey, Italy and China under an international deal struck in July.
First grain shipment since Russia's invasion delayed by bad weather
It's now set to arrive in Istanbul on Wednesday.
Fact check: Are EU sanctions causing a food crisis, as Russia claims?
The Kremlin is blaming the EU for the global food crisis, but the facts tell a very different story.