Waste Pickers’ Choice: Work amid COVID Risk or Stay Home and Starve
The Brazilian waste picker Alex Cardoso was born and reborn many times among recyclable materials. Son and grandson of waste pickers, he had
Farming Amid Sand Dunes and Stones: India Wrings New Life from its Drylands
India’s wind-swept, mostly waterless arid regions are among the toughest places in the world to farm. However, the productivity outlook is
Coming Soon: Fresh Seafood in Any Neighborhood, Anywhere in the World
Imagine a world where every neighborhood had tanks filled with recirculating seawater big enough to grow plenty of fresh, sustainable sea
Food Security 2050: What Would We Eat If Grocery Shelves Were Bare?
The COVID-19 pandemic and its clear disruption of food production and supply systems have galvanized research into ways for humanity to feed