Phytoremediation, a cost-effective solution for a biological soil clean-up, can help us avoid health hazards and strengthen food security.
What we do now to protect our farmers will have long term implications for food security in the years to come.
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Biodiversity loss narrows down the possibilities we have to discover innovative solutions to a sustainable food system. It reduces our chances to succeed.
Do you know where the palm oil on your breakfast peanut butter sandwich comes from? Can you tell if it comes from a former pristine rainforest? What if I tell you that it soon may be possible to...
Maize yields in sub-Saharan Africa have been at the lower end of the global range for decades. A new thesis by Emilio Magaia, PhD candidate at the Department of Soil and Environment at SLU presents a way to improve water use efficiency in semi-arid regions through better soil and water management.
Measuring the impact: A case study on the impact of improved nutrition in the value chain
Katja Freiwald (Unilever Global Partnerships Director) on improved food and nutrition security for tea farming families
Bio-technologies have already improved crop and livestock productivity for millions of small-scale farmers around the world.There is, however, a common agreement that agrobiotechnology is not a means in itself, but has to be combined with other disciplines and drivers such as agroecology, functional markets and value chains, to be fully effective.