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Kenya’s once thriving sugar industry now on its knees

CGTN Africa Jan 27, 2020 Kenya is known to have a thriving agricultural sector due to its favorable climate and fertile soil. But for the past 10 years, the East African nation’s sugar industry has declined at an alarming rate. … Continue reading

What must we learn to survive as a species? (The Case of Agriculture and Oxford’s PPE Degree)

What must we learn to survive as a species? This is an urgent issue, and one might expect that universities around the world would mobilize their collective resources to address the question — across all cultures, across all languages, across … Continue reading

Food System Vision Prize

The Food System Vision Prize is a call to a fragmented system of actors to unite, source, and support positive Visions for the future of the global food system. Goal Inspirational Visions of regenerative and nourishing food futures for 2050. … Continue reading

You and the planet: food

The Royal Society Streamed live 2 hours ago Join our panel in Gateshead to discover how the food we eat affects the natural world. Chef and broadcaster Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall hosts a discussion to get to the bottom of your questions … Continue reading

Bill Gates is continuing the work of Monsanto’, Vandana Shiva tells FRANCE 24

FRANCE 24 English Oct 23, 2019 Food-matters,

Oxfam warns of widening gap between rich and poor

FRANCE 24 English   Jan 20, 2020 The world’s billionaires have more money than 60% of the world’s population, says Oxfam’s annual report on global inequality. It said poor women and girls were at the bottom of the scale, putting in … Continue reading

‘This is not inevitable’, says Oxfam about rising global inequality

FRANCE 24 English   Jan 20, 2020 Quentin Parrinello from Oxfam France tells Claire Pryde decreasing corporate income tax rates is a worrying trend. This after the release of Oxfam International’s inequality report ahead of Davos. Food-matters,

Diet and climate change – Educcate Global

Nick Breeze Jan 1, 2020 Educcate Global is an organisation that specialises in teaching climate change knowledge and information to people around the world. Find more at This talk is focusing on climate change and diet and how we … Continue reading

‘From the Ground Up – Regenerative Agriculture’

festival21 Jul 28, 2019 Inspired by Charles Massy’s best-selling book “Call of the Reed Warbler”, filmmaker Amy Browne set out across the dry farming country of South East NSW to meet Massy and the other trailblazing farmers bringing new life … Continue reading

Marion Nestle en FAO: por qué son difíciles las decisiones saludables

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Jan 16, 2020 Entrevista a la profesora Paulette Goddard de Nutrición, Estudios de Alimentación y Salud Pública de la Universidad de Nueva York en su visita a la Oficina Regional de la … Continue reading