Comment l’agriculture non conventionnelle permet de répondre aux crises de façon créative
Les parcelles sous abri et les jardins verticaux raccourcissent les chaînes d'approvisionnement, garantissant l'accès à l’alimentation pendant la pandémie de COVID-19
FAO, GAIN and Johns Hopkins Alliance for a Healthier World launch new online dashboard to inform better food policy
FAO, GAIN and The Johns Hopkins Alliance launch a new online tool to help decision-makers understand their food systems and identify levers of change.
COVID-19 is creating significant food security and nutrition challenges that cities worldwide need to respond to and that go beyond the health emergency. FAO recently set up a survey targeting municipalities worldwide and that received responses from over 800 cities in 76 countries.
Toronto and its city region – known as the Greater Golden Horseshoe – is the most populous area in Canada, with nine million inhabitants. As in much of the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the economy, leading to spiraling unemployment, increased food insecurity, and questions about what changes to...
Growing food without soil or natural light is not something many Rwandans had seen or heard about. Agriculture – growing crop in soil and relying on natural rain and sun is embedded in the culture of the people of Rwanda.
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