Exploring the challenge of keeping ourselves fed
at a time of rapid social and environmental change.
Low-emissions cooking aims to slow global warming one plate at a time.
China’s growing appetite for meat and dairy is driving big changes in everything from farming to food safety.
As Greeks abandon their traditional foods, obesity rates soar.
With its farmers retiring, Japan grapples with a question that many industrialized nations now face: Who will grow our food in the future?
Farmers in Ghana face tough choices in the search for a fertility boost.
Fast-growing India is pumping its aquifers dry. The “Water Man” says solutions will come from the ground up.
The Brazilian government made food a human right. Then it found that ending hunger takes a lot more than a declaration.
A startup gives small-scale producers the tools they need to compete. And business is booming.
A controversial resettlement program in Ethiopia is the latest battleground in the race to secure prized farmland and water.
Bangladesh has made dramatic progress in feeding its people. But can it stop a changing climate from sweeping away the gains?
The Philippines can no longer feed itself. That leaves two options: Increase supply or try to do something about demand.
When Filipino fishing families got birth control, the effects were dramatic: more food, kids in school and a new will to defend their reefs.
A condensed history of the human struggle to put food on the table, from the birth of agriculture to the birth of the 9 billionth human.
A show at New York's American Museum of Natural History looks at how our food system got to be the way it is and considers where it might be headed.
Our food system is a major producer of greenhouse gas. Changing the way we eat can make a difference.
Twentieth-century agriculture was built on cheap oil. Maybe it’s time for an information-age rethink.
Executive producer, Food for 9 Billion
China correspondent, PRI's The World
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