The pandemic and global recession may cause over 1.4 per cent of the world’s population to fall into extreme poverty, according to the World Bank.

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The concentration of nitrous oxide– also known as “laughing gas” - in the atmosphere is rising sharply and driving climate change. After methane and CO2, it is the third most important greenhouse gas freed by human…

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Drought, fodder scarcity and conflicts over natural resources make life difficult for pastoralists in southern Ethiopia. Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) has taken various measures to improve their food security and…

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Nutrition

In its 2019 publication Food in the Anthropocene, the EAT-Lancet Commission described the link between nutritional targets and environmental sustainability. In brief, the study argues that diets and food production will…

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Exports from emerging and developing countries are on the rise, this report states. Increased efforts are needed to include smallholder farmers in modern food value chains to boost their incomes.

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