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Washington, D.C. – The 2019 World Food Law Symposium examined trends and case studies from around the world when geographical indications (GIs) are combined with the growing sector of gastro-tourism, experiences that are linked with food...
Washington, DC – In the last year, the mounting challenges posed by climate change have been highlighted with the release of the 2018 IPCC report, the Global Climate Action Summit in California, international student walkouts,...
Three-quarters of the world’s crop species producing fruits or seeds for human use depend, at least in part, on bees and other pollinators. Pollinators play an essential role in helping to feed a rising global...
13 May 2019, Ottawa, ON – FAO North America in partnership with CARE Canada co-organized a roundtable discussion entitled New Ways of Working: Linking Policy and Practice at the CARE Canada Headquarters in Ottawa. The event highlighted Canadian...
7 May 2019, Washington, DC – One third of the world’s population is malnourished – with the greatest burden faced by low- and middle-income countries. To meet this fundamental challenge in the food system, FAO...