Mitigating climate change does not hinge on changing our diets, but on improving food production so we can sustainably eat the foods we love.
In response to the challenges presented by traditional agriculture, some farmers are turning to indoor vertical farming techniques.
As temperatures continue to soar in the Southwest and fresh water supplies are dwindling, locals turn to Indigenous farming practices to build a more sustainable...
Droughts are a major impact of climate change and water shortages, crop failures, and wildfires. Why do they happen, and how can they be solved?
Soy is a staple in much of our food, but it's associated with monocropping, pesticides, and deforestation. How can soy be more sustainable?
The avocado industry faces high water demand, deforestation, and violence as becomes more popular. How does this relate to climate change?
The spotted lanternfly from Asia invaded the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, threatening many plants and crops. How is the public being informed?
News correspondents and the World Bank discussed the causes of rising food prices and the global hunger crises that could follow during a Twitter Space.
An exclusive podcast episode featuring an extended conversation with Dr. Alissa Kendall.
The almond industry is water-intensive and reliant on pollinators, yet it operates in a state struggling to provide both of these resources.