Why it matters
Global food systems are under unprecedented strain. Securing a healthy future will require transformation that simultaneously makes our food production systems more resilient while dramatically reducing negative impacts on people, nature, and the climate
Defining the Path to Zero Hunger in an Equitable WorldToday’s global food and nutrition crisis is being driven by climate change, conflict, and soaring food prices. Decades of progress in the fight against hunger and malnutrition have been reversed, as more than 345 million people are facing high levels of food insecurity in 2023 – more than double the number in 2020.Download PDF
- Working together, scientists and farmers collect, compile, and analyze data to understand the impact of sustainable farming.
- Soil health and human health are on parallel tracks, says Kansas farmer Gail Fuller, who risked everything to adopt regenerative farming practices.
- India's Naandi Foundation has three agricultural goals: heal degraded soil, provide consumers with nutritious food, and ensure farming is profitable for farmers.
- Karno Batiran in Indonesia is laser-focused on helping farmers adapt to a shifting climate through community organizing and education.