The coronavirus pandemic is a symptom of a broken food system
The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our food supplies – but building a more resilient system could provide a path to recovery.
Allotments have been disappearing from cities – here’s why they are ripe for a comeback
Allotments make an important contribution to local food security. Dr Jill Edmondson tells The Conversation why they're still needed.
Reducing food waste could help prevent damage to the environment
Experts from the University of Sheffield contribute to World Bank report which found reducing food waste could improve food security and environmental sustainability.
80 per cent of Indonesian rainforest vulnerable to palm oil destruction is not protected, research shows
More than 80 per cent of the Indonesian rainforest, mangroves and peatlands most vulnerable to being cleared for palm oil production is completely unprotected by the country’s Forest Moratorium, according to new research.