“Perfect storm” Professor Sir John Beddington FRS UK Chief Scientific Adviser 2008 -2013
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http://www.csmonitor.com - Rowena Lindsay
Earth's ecosystems are becoming more fragile, a study suggests, as biodiversity loss threatens their ability to preform functions vital to their survival and ours. About 58 percent of land on earth has dropped below the biodiversity safe limit, due largely to human land use practices, says a new
http://www.ipsnews.net - Aruna Dutt
UNITED NATIONS, Jul 8 2016 (IPS) - The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) warned Thursday that global fish stocks cannot keep up with record consumption, with the average person now consuming 20 kilograms of fish a year. “Life below water, which the Sustainable Development Agenda comm
<a href="http://www.theguardian.com">http://www.theguardian.com</a> - Tom Levitt
Benin, Mozambique and Nepal are among countries most exposed to climate change, water scarcity and food price volatility.
Lou Del Bello
Global conflicts now often last longer than they did, and they are becoming more complex to understand and address. Some of the worst civil wars, for example in Syria or South Sudan, have now lasted so long that young children born there hardly remember peace.
Reuters.com - BY CHRIS ARSENAULT
Could Big Data offer the most fertile solution for countering systemic food waste and frightening future scarcity scenarios?
This fascinating map from National Geographic shows the proportion of the world's crops that are grown for direct human consumption (in green) versus all the crops that are grown for animal feed or biofuels (in purple
Felix von Geyer
Rich in vitamins, potassium and calcium, Haiti is promoting the moringa tree to address the country's chronic malnutrition.