As the world faces growing stresses on natural resources from climate change, population growth, urbanization, and other forces, researchers must grapple with complex questions about sustainable agriculture.
How smallholder farmers, government agencies, and development organizations are grappling with a persistent invasive pest..
Modeling shows climate change-driven drought and warming will drive down yields of rice, wheat, and corn.
Research in Malawi shows that farmers are more likely to adopt conservation agriculture practices when their neighbors are using them—suggesting financial incentives can help to create a virtuous circle.
A forum in Dhaka examines the promise and challenges of crop insurance for smallholders as a hedge against growing climate impacts.
Climate programs must take more than just climate into account. A new framework for policy makers.
As Puerto Rico and other areas hit by recent natural disasters begin the recovery process, research shows that government assistance yields more than just material benefits.
With Malawi soon to release its National Resilience Strategy, stakeholders explore how to overcome malnutrition and other food system vulnerabilities.
Participants at an IFPRI forum discuss how best to leverage research efforts and climate-smart agriculture to help the global poor withstand climate change.
Participants at an IFPRI forum warn that the fight against global hunger is hitting choppy waters.