Making development investments work to boost food security worldwide – a discussion.
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International investments in have many benefits for food systems—but should be carefully implemented with local input.
The rise of anti-globalization politics around the world threatens efforts to end hunger and malnutrition – a discussion.
The world’s population is will hit 9.5 billion by 2050. Meanwhile, the average age of farmers throughout Africa and Asia is currently 60. Who will feed everyone?
Global demand for animal proteins is steadily rising, yet livestock has an outsized carbon footprint. How to thread this needle.
Inside Bangladesh's quiet revolution in fish farming.
How population growth will challenge efforts to end hunger and build sustainable food systems.
How the Malabo Montpellier Panel, composed of African and European development experts, is working to accelerate progress towards food and nutritional security in Africa.
How researchers and policy makers can anticipate the long-term future of food security.
Africa south of the Sahara is the only region in the world where rural populations are expected to continue to grow rapidly, with an estimated 48 percent increase in rural population density in the next 35 years. At the same time, smallholder farm…