Tags » FoodSecurity

3. Population and Food

1000 years ago – Humans were 8 million to 10 on our planet. Agriculture was the main occupation including animal husbandry.

Creative activities – art and craft,music, philosophy, astronomy, religion used to be creative activities. 351 more words

Sustainability - A Factual Story

Community Fridges Fight Food Injustice. Here Are Some Tips To Start One in Your Area

By Daniel Roybal, PhD student in Pharmacology

De la comunidad, para la comunidad. This is the motto that volunteers use to describe the approach of The Uptown Fridge, a community fridge in the primarily Dominican neighborhood of Washington Heights in Manhattan, New York City. 709 more words

Nutrition Topics

A Summarization of Child Malnutrition in India.

“India is suffering from a serious hunger problem” reads the Global Hunger Index Report 2019. With an alarming 8.8 lakh deaths of children in 2018, India tops the global list of under-five mortality rate; says, UNICEF. 481 more words

Public Health

Nobel Peace Prize 2020: Food Security & International Peace in the context of Climate Change

Nobel Awards recognise exemplary contribution of individuals & institutions “who have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind”. At the same time, they highlight some of the most pressing problems in the world. 1,045 more words

Economy

YOUTH AND TECHNOLOGY- The Drivers of Food Sustainability

By OSEWA Morenikeji Deborah

Zero hunger is one of the sustainable development goals of the United Nations. The SDGs, set in 2015 and intended to be achieved by the year 2030. 409 more words

I suck at growing corn

I used to like the hashtag #foodindependence, but I’ve revised my thinking. While food independence generally means unhooking the individual and community supply chain from dependence on corporate agribusiness, the concept sounds a little too aligned with the myth of “rugged individualism,” which sells a romanticized (apocalyptic) lie that we’re in this world alone, that we don’t need each other, and that’s wrong. 367 more words

Featured