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"I'm very optimistic and excited about what the world will look like in 2050 but I think it is helpful though to think about where we've come from in order to think about where we're going,"
Current innovations in technology are impactful to the future of food, and can revolutionize the way we grow food over the coming years.
Karn Manhas is founder and CEO of Terramera, an agbiotech startup focused on improving the sustainability of farming. Here he writes about the importance of promoting the farming industry ...
Steward is putting capital into helping sustainable, small farms grow, while cultivating a new kind of farm investor.
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Four experts weigh in on how booming interest in organic food has changed the industry, and what it means for farmers, policymakers, and eaters.
Astro Teller says it’s thinking about how to pair machine learning with other technologies to revolutionize agriculture.
Are businesses on track to deliver a sustainable protein system by 2040? Our latest report, The Future of Food, explores this question and reviews the current state of the market.
Civil society from around the world successfully put agroecology on the agenda, as the truly innovative pathway to resolving multiple crises.
Jim Riddle and Joyce Ford, founders of the International Organic Inspectors Association and long-time organic inspectors and teachers, live out their values at Blue Fruit Farm.
Climate change is turning farmers’ lives upside down, but with technical and financial support, they could emerge as climate change heroes.
Calling agroecology a backward-looking, do-nothing approach to traditional ag is a defensive response to the failures of Green Revolution practices.