Increased demand for food due to population and income growth and the impacts of climate change on agriculture will ratchet up the pressure for increased and more sustainable agricultural production to feed the planet. A new report by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)...
February 5, 2014, Washington D.C.–Aquaculture–or fish farming–will provide close to two thirds of global food fish consumption by 2030 as catches from wild capture fisheries level off and demand from an emerging global middle class, especially in China, substantially increases.
- HarvestPlus and World Vision sign partnership to tackle hidden hunger by scaling up access to nutritious food crops
- Hidden hunger caused by chronic lack of vitamins and minerals that can lead to stunting, infectious disease and death
DAVOS, Switzerland (Thursday, 23 January) – HarvestPlus and World Vision today signed a MoU at the World Economic Forum in Davos, making a commitment to work together to improve nutrition for hundreds of millions of people around the world who suffer from hidden hunger.