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.
Twentieth-century agriculture was built on cheap oil. Maybe it’s time for an information-age rethink.
The 2012 Global Hunger Index reports impressive improvements but warns of troubles ahead.
Cargill's is the latest voice in a multinational chorus calling for big-business-friendly food and farm policies.
Where to get your daily helping of news from the feeding-the-world front.
Lower corn and soy yields could mean dangerously high food prices in Africa and Asia.
A food industry giant's Global Food Security Index adds nutrition, food safety and public policy to the mix.
Progress has been impressive on the U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals, but hunger rates remain stubbornly high.
The Brazilian government made food a human right. Then it found that ending hunger takes a lot more than a declaration.
Today is World Water Day, when the U.N. beats its drums about one of the world’s most threatened resources. This year’s theme is “Water and Food Security.”
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