Today, the world’s natural resources are under increasing pressure and are often the object of important power struggles between corporations, states and communities. National go
India is home to a quarter of the world’s hungry people.
For families living in Nepal’s remote highland regions, chronic food insecurity and hunger are part of daily life.
This report is a contribution to the Oxfam campaign ‘Grow: Food.Life.Planet’. It explores a range of scenarios for food p
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In contrast to intensive agricultural practices that require widespread forest clearing, agroforestry systems combine tree growing with the production of other crops or animals.
The 2008 food price crisis had a devastating impact on poor Guatemalans, pushing an estimated 450,000 people into poverty.
Today, the world produces enough to feed all seven billion of its inhabitants – but nearly a billion people still go without.
This report focuses on the production challenge contained with the ambitious question of “Who will feed the world?” It acknowledges that this is just one part of the solution to feeding the