The Link Between Food Security and Terrorism Is Surprisingly Complicated, Report Shows
Countries with greater food abundance are actually more likely—not less—to experience terrorism at home.
For Many College Students, Hunger Can ‘Make It Hard To Focus In Class’
Up to half of college students report that they're either not getting enough to eat or are worried about their access to food.
Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
The 'FoodFight!' Campaign to End Food Waste Makes Meal Donations as Easy as Using a Rideshare App
Local activists launched a campaign to urge LA restaurants to put their tossed-out leftovers to good use.
Inside the Lakota Sioux's Fight for Food Sovereignty
“Permaculture is a white people word. We already lived that life; we just have to practice it.“
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These Mystery Food Pellets Are São Paulo’s Attempt to Combat Hunger
The program has drawn criticism from nutrition experts.
Colleges Are Finally Taking Student Hunger Seriously
New studies show that between 20 and 40 percent of college students don't have reliable access to food. Old attitudes about ramen in dorm rooms are finally giving way to real efforts to help them.
Hannah Harris Green
Eating Seal Meat Is a Vital Part of Life in My Community
Many people opposed to seal hunting don't understand that kids in indigenous communities are hungry, and it's painful to see that. It's ridiculous that other cultures are welcome to survive off of our natural resources, but we're not.
This Scientific Breakthrough Could Completely Change the Way the World Grows Food
The solution? Just get plant life to more efficiently photosynthesize.
America’s College Students Are Still Broke and Hungry as Hell
A whopping 71 percent of students surveyed reported having to alter their eating habits because of the low budget that they must live on while in school.
Researchers Withdraw Seeds From 'Doomsday' Vault to Address Food Crisis in Syria
Nearly 7 million Syrians are severely food insecure, according to international agencies, and researchers hope by developing new seed varieties they can boost agricultural yields.
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Devastation in South Sudan Approaches Razor's Edge of Hunger Crisis
Some 4.6 million people, or about 40 percent of the country’s population, are expected to experience emergency levels of food insecurity by July amid persistent fighting.
Growing Corn in East Africa Is Attracting More Plague-Carrying Rats
A new study found plague-infected rodents were nearly twice as common on farms as they were in the wild.