In this article, Laura Owings reveals how farming innovations rooted in nature and plant science could forge path towards future food systems.
A sustainable future for agriculture requires to improve crops yields, with the help of all sciences.
To survive, the modern civilization must never ever “forget how to tend the soil”.
Knowledge about prehistoric farming cultures can be used to provide insights on human societal responses to climate change.
An example of a worsening retroaction between two SDGs : climate action (SDG13) and zero hunger (SDG2).
Scientists have identified genes in local maize varieties that can fight off stemborers by summoning their natural enemies, raising hopes for pest-resistant varieties for African smallholders.
Climate Smart Agriculture helps to preserve the environment together with food security in Malawi.
Genetically Modified Organisms and Information Systems to the rescue of sustainable agriculture.
Can we produce enough food, in a sustainable way, at affordable prices? Agriculture is one of the nexus of SDGs.
In this opinion piece, Fazlun Khalid gives his view about what we should aim after the COVID-19 pandemics. Scientific research is in the programme, and not only for vaccines