1. Global Food Losses and Food Waste

    The study highlights the losses occurring along the entire food chain, and makes assessments of their magnitude. Further, it identifies causes of food losses and possible ways of preventing them.... (comment match)

  2. Towards a Green Economy: Pathways to Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication

    Towards a Green Economy is among UNEP’s key contributions to the Rio+20 process and the overall goal of addressing poverty and delivering a sustainable 21st century. Reports. UNEP... (comment match)

  3. Synthesis Report: The 1st Pan-Africa Non-State Actors (NSA) Policy Dialogue Meeting on the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP): Working Together to Tackle the Challenges of African Agriculture – Role of NSAs

    The report is the result af a dialogue among various stakeholders to deepen the commitment and alignment of national agricultural policies and investment plans to key CAADP targets and... (comment match)

  4. Who Will Feed the World? The production challenge

    Against a background of increasing food insecurity, agriculture in developing countries must undergo a significant transformation in order to increase production and respond to climate change. The report tells about... (comment match)

  5. World Economic and Social Survey 2011 The Great Green Technological Transformation

    Against a backdrop of a rising global population and unceasing pressure on the natural environment, the 2011 edition of the World Economic and Social Survey try to give guidance to achieve... (comment match)

  6. Agroecology and the right to food

    The report explores how States can and must achieve a reorientation of their agricultural systems towards modes of production that are highly productive, highly sustainable and that contribute to the... (comment match)

  7. Ecological farming Drought-resistant agriculture

    The report explores how farming can be more drought-resistant and more resilient to extreme events. Reports. Greenpeace... (comment match)

  8. Feeding Nine Billion in a Low Emissions Economy: Challenging, but Possible A Review of the Literature for the Overseas Development Institute

    What would agriculture that mitigated climate change, and still fed nine billion in 2005, look like? What options are there for modifying existing farming systems and developing novel ones? These are... (comment match)

  9. Securing future food: Towards ecological food provision

    This UK Food Group Briefing shows why it is necessary to make the radical shift towards ecological food provision in order to secure future food for the world’s predicted 9... (comment match)

  10. Defining Ecological Farming

    The paper defines ecological farming. Reports. Greenpeace... (comment match)