Innovation blooms on African farms
African farmers like Joshua Zinzombe and Grace Gondwe are facing a hotter future with optimism and ingenuity as they look to lead a global...
February 5, 2024
The untapped potential of blue foods
Blue foods, seafood and aquatic plants, can help sustainably feed the world.
January 12, 2024
US farmers seek a different kind of green revolution
In the 1970s, industrial-scale agriculture transformed the world's ability to feed hungry populations. As climate change threatens yields...
November 29, 2023
As El Niño intensifies climate-related storms, the world's food producers turn...
Extreme weather, driven by climate change, was already hitting these farmers and fishers hard. Then El Niño happened. For the world's food...
November 21, 2023
Celebrating the fishers adapting in the face of a changing climate
The approximately 1 billion people who rely on seafood need the world's fishers to adapt to our changing climate.
August 29, 2023
A brewing storm
The world’s favorite alcoholic beverage is in danger from climate change.
August 9, 2023
From sea to table
Traditional aquaculture paired with modern science could make for environmentally friendly, sustainable fishing.
November 2, 2022
The forgotten fish of Chile
A new video from EDF tells the story of the small-scale fishing communities in the Los Ríos region of southern Chile, who depend on an...
August 17, 2022
Every year the U.S. throws away 160 billion pounds of food. These students set...
About 35% of America's food supply goes to waste. If all of that food was grown in one place, the farm would cover three-quarters of...