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.
Compare countries by more than a dozen indicators, from population growth and malnutrition to available land and water.
More than a million Egyptian farmers have quit the land in the last 20 years, reshaping the country’s physical and political landscape.
Egyptians used to grow nearly all their food. Today, the country relies on imports. To many economists, this makes sense. The people on the street aren’t convinced.
Somalia and Ethiopia have just been through the worst drought in decades. So why are tens of thousands of people dying on one side of the border and hardly any on the other?
Nearly every prescription for feeding the world says we need to invest more money in science. What's that money going to get us?
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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