Exploring the challenge of keeping ourselves fed
at a time of rapid social and environmental change
In our latest videos, CIR digs into the largest Chinese purchase of an American business: iconic Smithfield Foods to Shuanghui International.
China has the potential to revive California’s beleaguered dairy industry, but at what environmental cost?
In India, climate change is already forcing farmers to adapt to saltwater intrusion, flooding and droughts.
In a new TED Talk, Hans Rosling says a world population of 10 billion is inevitable. Is it?
Radio, television and online projects link the food we eat to the people who who produce it.
Events of the last few days have rekindled debate about the role of big business in solving humanity’s thorniest problems.
Big business sees big profits in the growing demand for food over the coming decades, and African governments are rolling out the welcome mat.
A violent attack at the Saudi Star rice plantation has reportedly left at least five people dead and at least eight more wounded.
Fast-growing India could face severe water shortages by as early as 2030. A grassroots movement looks to reverse the trend.
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.
As mobile technology spreads, low-cost services put power in the hands of the people who keep Africa fed.
Executive producer, Food for 9 Billion
China correspondent, PRI's The World
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