Keeping you updated on Food Planet developments – as they unfold
The news flow about Food Planet issues is most often negative but all is not doom and gloom. In exposing the current food system’s many malfunctions and linking them to climate change, decaying living environments, and booming inequalities, we also spot vital levers of change. And it's important to reveal the context and tell the stories behind 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, building a mission-driven discussion platform that explores how we can save the Food Planet.
Ocean economy boom: Blueprint for a sustainable food planet?
The ocean provides food and livelihood to billions of people,…Read more about this
The food system – A bittersweet tale of progress turned climate and human disaster
We’re currently experiencing the most rapid global warming in thousands…Read more about this
Ground zero: Sustainable land management
The relationship between land use and agriculture is a tale…Read more about this
1$ million goes a long way towards reshaping food systems
Human activity is degrading the environment at an unprecedented speed.…Read more about this
COP26 failed to tackle the biggest GHG emitter: the food system
The global food system accounts for one-third of human-caused greenhouse…Read more about this
Meet the 2021 Food Planet Prize Finalists
The Curt Bergfors Foundation is proud to present the 2021…Read more about this
Biodiversity in farming and nature
In our efforts to feed a growing population we have…Read more about this
A gastronomic take on sustainable food research
Deciding what to eat can be daunting. Let alone whether…Read more about this
Is weather management on a major scale the way to go?
Annually, 75 billion tons of fertile soil are lost to…Read more about this
Paving the way for more pollinators
Despite being made of concrete and stone, metropolitan areas are…Read more about this
Can we feed humanity and save the planet with edible microbes?
Edible microbes such as bacteria, yeasts, filamentous fungi, and microscopic…Read more about this
Low-methane food can speed up planetary recovery
We’ve entered a decade-long race to prevent global temperatures from…Read more about this
Latest tweets from @FoodPlanetPrize
As #India and #Pakistan continue to suffer record heat for the 3rd month in a row, #California enters its annual #wildfire season, feared to last longer than usual. Both situations will have dire consequences on yields and worsen the current #foodcrisis. https://t.co/CWji2eJqsuRead on Twitter
Modern agriculture focuses on few high-yielding crops and breeds. Many species are therefore being driven to extinction, making food production vulnerable to #climatechange and endangering the very #foodsecurity we intend to foster https://t.co/KMpezWQUgJ #worldbiodiversitydayRead on Twitter
Wanna #savethebees and have grass in your garden? Stop mowing down those dandelions. This and many other tips for more pollinators in cities 👇 #Bees #Wildflowers #WorldBeeDay #WorldBeeDay2022 #BeEngaged #ForNature https://t.co/8VqhgpdKc6Read on Twitter
- Read on Twitter