Category: Food & Livelihoods

El Niño is officially over, and La Niña is coming back. Here’s how it could impact our health, livelihoods, and weather in the months to come.

The south of Brazil has been hit by one of the worst environmental disasters in Brazilian history. Here’s what the world can learn.

At GLF Peatlands 2024, we gathered 1,200 people to explore innovative ways to protect the climate solution we forgot: peatlands.

Peatlands are one of our most important climate solutions – and one of the most threatened. Here’s how we can protect them.

Every year in March, Indigenous rangers team up with scientists and the Australian government to monitor and protect the great desert skink.

What does health have to do with the climate? Celebrate World Health Day by testing your knowledge with this quiz.

At GLF Nairobi 2023, Ayisha Siddiqa and Vandana Shiva got together to discuss their new visions for Earth. Here’s what we learned.

In Indonesia’s West Kalimantan, farmers and weavers are restoring mangroves and producing sustainable packaging to reduce plastic waste.

In India, farmers are set to take part in another nationwide general strike. Critics say the latest protests are rooted in the Green Revolution.

Bees and other pollinators are in decline worldwide. From climate change to habitat loss, here’s why – and what we can do about it.

In the Menabe region of Madagascar, a local community is building resilience by embracing agroforestry and farmer-managed natural regeneration.

Industrial meat production spreads disease, drives antimicrobial resistance and contributes to climate change. Here’s how to change that.

Happy Veganuary! If you’re looking to cut down on your meat consumption or even try going vegan, here’s a step-by-step guide for you.

On day 10 of COP28, we dive into the challenges, solutions and future of agriculture according to those building it.

Can biodiversity solve global hunger? Experts say we need an integrated approach bringing together farmers, scientists, financiers and policymakers.