Keeping you updated on Food Planet developments – as they unfold
The news flow about Food Planet issues is most often dark, exposing the current food system’s many inadequacies and malfunctions, and linking them to climate change, decaying living environments and decreasing biodiversity.
But all is not doom and gloom; it’s vital to spot the good news and identify the people, projects, and ideas that may be part of turning
In this section, we also invite people in our network to express their opinions on food system-related issues, successively turning News & Views into a mission-driven discussion platform exploring how we can save the Food Planet.
381 Thanks for Hunting for Sustainable Food Projects with Us!
Just 4 months ago, we asked for your help to…Read more about this
The pandemic is served!
The COVID-19 pandemic has focused our attention on food safety…Read more about this
UPDATED REPORT: Managing the Food System’s Main Asset - Land
In this updated Food Planet Prize report, Dr. Afton Halloran…Read more about this
California Farming - An Inferno Rising
Wildfire season has officially started in the Golden State. Water…Read more about this
Microplastics: A Macro Threat to the Food Planet
Images of turtles entangled in plastic often hit the headlines.…Read more about this
Food matters to all the UN global goals
What do the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals have to…Read more about this
Humans are driving one million species to extinction, and agriculture is one of the major culprits
Over millions of years, the Earth gave us a truly…Read more about this
Half a degree of global warming is a big deal
As things stand now, the world’s food system could get…Read more about this
We cannot address the climate crisis without considering how we manage land to produce food
Improved efficiency has enabled us to use less land to…Read more about this
“The planetary health diet”: a call to shift focus from red to green
There are nearly 8 billion humans on Earth. Scientists predict that…Read more about this
How to feed a growing population, meet climate goals and reduce poverty
Is it possible to adequately feed nearly 10 billion people…Read more about this
Global food production must stay within the planet’s safe boundaries
We live in the Anthropocene, a planetary epoch defined by…Read more about this
Latest tweets from @FoodPlanetPrize
RT @PUStudiesFood: “Driven to Waste overturns a long-held belief that food loss on farms is solely an issue in less affluent regions with l…Read on Twitter
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