The latest Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer reading indicates that farmers have more moderate inflation expectations compared to a year ago, but many are still worried about input costs.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has warned that funding to support climate-smart agrifood systems is ‘strikingly low’ and has plummeted in the past year despite the growing urgency to stave off climate change.
At COP28, six global food majors have committed to publicly disclosing their dairy-related methane emissions and drawing up detailed plans of action, but the firms won’t be tied to a specific methane reduction target.
The world is not a stable place. Conflicts, both civil and international, as well as deglobalisation and the looming threat of climate change, are just some of the things that have the potential to radically disrupt the food system. At the City Food and...
On Monday 20 March, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the final part of its Sixth Assessment Report. The report was clear about the catastrophic effect that climate change could have on the food supply worldwide, devastating agriculture...
Around 35% of the largest European and US meat and dairy companies do not disclose their environmental targets – something that could turn into a ‘competitive disadvantage’ as retailers and consumers demand transparency about sustainability.
Rice grains with less phytic acid could mean improved nutrition for
the world's malnourished, more nutritious animal feed and less
potential for water pollution from manure, reports the US
Agricultural Research Service (ARS)...