There is no better lense to view survival and sustainability from than food. What we are going to be asking is if we actually have enough to feed humanity. We throw away more than 30% of all we produce, everyday, enough to feed everyone who is hungry yet people almost a billion people still go hungry. Today, with vertical produce and aqua farming for fish and sea based nutrition, its mathematically possible, if we had the right agreements in place, to feed 10 Billion people, and to do it sustainably.
The world’s population will hit 10 billion in 2050. A new report offers solutions for how more food can be grown sustainably.
In the quest to transform global agri-food systems, reducing food loss and waste seems like a straightforward way to fight hunger, increase access to healthy diets, and protect the environment. But the reality is more complicated...
When the World Food Program was awarded this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, executive director David Beasley warned that “famine is at humanity’s doorstep.” Hunger is not new, but the coronavirus pandemic and global recession have thrown millions of people into poverty and food insecurity. The good news...LISTEN TO PODCAST