Forests and trees can help us build a sustainable and healthy society, but our forests are under threat from deforestation and climate change.
Small improvements to our food systems can have a global impact. Every little bit helps and we need to work together.
Jess Haynie-Lavelle, an intern at the Focali network, reflects on interdisciplinarity and a people-centered approach in research and development.
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2020. The prize acknowledges how hunger is connected to peace and provides momentum for the global community fighting hunger in the important years ahead.
How can we synergize the SDGs to achieve resilient food systems? Watch this seminar with Femy Pinto from the SIANI Expert Group on Wild Foods, Biodiversity and Livelihood to learn more.
Sharing a meal brings us joy, but our food systems create and deepen inequality, with negative effects on our health and nature. How to turn things around?
The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) and Oxfam Southern Africa (Oxfam SAF) are co-convening a Regional Webinar focusing on food security and market access...
The pandemic is disrupting agricultural value chains in Africa and beyond, increasing poverty and food insecurity. How exactly do these effects play out? And how to prevent it from getting worse?
The World Food Prize is an international award recognising the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity, or availability of food in the...
The research of Aniek Hebinck at DRIFT focuses broadly on sustainable food systems change. As a post-doc she contributes to the project SIRIUS, in which the focal point is sustainability of urban...