Philadelphia has over 40,000 vacant lots, which are not only unproductive but in some cases dangerous. Can a new greening initiative help create a better environment for residents?
The British asparagus season is short lived, but imports from Peru arrive as early as February. We look at the true cost of this South American success story
Can you ensure that cocoa farmers get a fair deal this Easter?
Could food banks revolutionise the way we combat hunger? The Stop recounts the story of one Canadian project determined...
Consumers International have released a new set of recommendations to manage the use of antibiotics
We investigate the non-GM alternatives for resisting potato-blight
In the news this week: US bill seeks to block GMO labelling, marine life at risk from rising CO2 levels, and farmers in Australia once again count the cost of climate change
In the news this week: More infected meat on our plates, Paterson confirms no badger cull this year, and no more beer for America’s cows
River Cottage are seeking applicants for their young chef apprenticeship scheme
2014 marks the International Year of Family Farming, so what better way to celebrate than to share the ways that family farmers are contributing to a nourished and healthy planet
On 4th June, we will be joining Nourish Scotland in Edinburgh for a one day conference on the true cost of our food and farming systems
The restriction on neonicotinoids has caused much controversy in the farming world, but will the ban be as devastating to crop yields as was suggested? Adele Jones meets the farmers already living without