A personal reflection from a guest writer
Big win by protest party underlines fault lines between nature and industrial food production
Experts sound alarm that countries are having to choose between paying off ballooning debt and reducing hunger
Much of the hand wringing over the EU’s approval of insects as food is misinformed and misguided

February 2023

A new study suggests it will ultimately increase farm incomes in Europe but trade-offs need to be carefully monitored
The struggles of one of the world’s top food exporters raise timely and worrying questions
The female experts shining much-needed light on all things food systems
Alien invasive species and what to do with them

January 2023

Both the coup in Myanmar and Thin Ink turns 2
Some might like it hot, but it's going to be very unpleasant for a vast majority of us.
Why it is so important to communicate climate science to us, humans

December 2022

Years of dedicated ecological restoration work in Santa Cruz pays off