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Prepare for the worst, African farmers told

Climate change threatens food security but, Henry Owino discovers, adaptation is already underway.

Filed in: Africa Agriculture Climate Change Food Kenya

Risking fjords for profit? Norway’s dirty mining story

The Nordic country is about to turn some of its unspoilt landscape into dirty waste disposal units, reports Tina Andersen.

Filed in: Fishing Indigenous Peoples Mining Norway

‘We have to be positive,’ say Gaza’s farmers

Madeleine McGivern looks at the effects of ‘Operation Protective Edge’ on food security in Gaza.

Filed in: Agriculture Fishing Palestine

Fancy nosh and raising dosh

Josh Barrie takes a light-hearted look at the link between food and fundraising.

Filed in: Food Society

A growing issue: how can we secure food supplies?

Bryn Smith looks at ways to avert the coming crisis.

Filed in: Agriculture Food Poverty Water

Fill bellies, not bins

Lydia James uncovers some novel ways to divert food from landfill.

Filed in: England Environment Food Sustainability

Limiting beyond belief: the cost of living below the line

Josh Barrie is relieved to get back to a wholesome diet after his charity challenge.

Filed in: Food Poverty

British aid is helping agribusiness carve up Africa

Instead of lifting people out of poverty, the government is lining the pockets of ruthless global corporations, explains Miriam Ross.

Filed in: Corporations Food

Tackling food waste, one big picnic at a time

Thanks to grassroots action, corporations are being encouraged to divert edible excess from bins to bellies. Jemma Crew reports.

Filed in: Climate Change Food Waste

Beneath the tide, a different sort of harvest

Filmmaker Kat Zoula visits the seaweed farmers of Zanzibar.

Filed in: Agriculture Environment Oceans Tanzania Work

Free the seafood slaves

Migrant workers are still being violently abused in the Thai fishing industry, reports Steve Trent.

Filed in: Fishing Slavery Thailand

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