Meat consumption has been slowly falling in the UK, new research shows. Now three studies have tested the impact of increasing meat-free options on menus.
Russia's war on Ukraine is disrupting the world's supplies of grain and other foodstuffs. These three approaches could help the most vulnerable regions.
With rising food prices and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, a researcher investigates which countries are most reliant on the country for food supplies.
India could see economic benefits of $50-65 billion by leveraging agricultural technology in farming, but needs public and private bodies to work together.
A study showed that ‘nudge theory’ helped people make dietary choices that included less meat. That could benefit public health and the environment.
Two experts on global energy and food commodity markets join Radio Davos to explain the impact of the war in Ukraine that is being felt around the world.
A Yale study finds a possible reason why there's a high incidence of diabetes and metabolic diseases among those of 'normal weight' in developed countries.
The Horn of Africa region is facing its driest conditions in over four decades, and 4 million Somalis could be acutely malnourished by the end of the year.
The price of bread in Egypt is surging, as the country takes 80% of its wheat imports from Russia and Ukraine. Experts say this could lead to social unrest
Aeroponics, a technique that allows crops to be grown without soil and with minimal water usage, offers hope for the future of food.
Digital technology can help revolutionize agriculture and the global food production system to make it more resilient, more productive and less wasteful.
Livestock are accountable for two-thirds of global agricultural emissions, but silvopastoral systems could provide solutions to many farming challenges.
Russia plans to halt exports of raw materials in response to sanctions because of its war on Ukraine. What will that mean for it and the rest of the world?
Food shortages could trigger social unrest in some places, while in others they may spur environmentally-damaging efforts to make up for what’s missing.