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The George Washington University
“Climate-Smart Agriculture,” or CSA, is a popular term right now, but what exactly does it mean? The United Nations recently declared it necessary for our future food security, and now the term is starting to pop up everywhere on the agriculture and... Read More
A World Bank video on the Climate-Smart Agriculture concept
A World Bank video on the Climate-Smart Agriculture concept
The George Washington University
  Our climate is shifting. Our population is growing. Our world is changing in ways we could never imagine. In this time of upheaval, one question keeps coming up: how will we feed the planet? The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says it’s... Read More
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
What did we learn when we attended the Food Tank summit? That we've got to stop wasting food, for one. Here are our top five tips.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Ethiopia doesn’t get the play it deserves on western media outlets. It’s the cradle of humanity—with “Lucy,” our famous hominid ancestor, once calling the area her home. Its Christian lineage dates all the way back to the first century AD, well... Read More
The George Washington University
Nothing reminds me of home like Rosedale Park. Whether it was going on fall picnics with my family, fishing at the lake with my grandfather, or running through piles of multicolored leaves during fall cross-country races, Rosedale has served as the... Read More
The George Washington University
Scientists are scrambling to protect a national laboratory from a surprising threat that will affect us all.
The George Washington University
Want the benefits of farming without the hassle of actually doing it? A CSA may be for you.
The George Washington University Student
Most of us have to satisfy our chocolate cravings, but does the production and nutritional value of this sweet treat make it bittersweet?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Planet Forward fellow Tara Sonenshine interviews key USDA scientists and policymakers on the challenge of feeding an expanding world.
American University
When discussing food production in America, a lot of images come to mind. Giant piles of waste aren't one of them - but they should be.

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