World leaders are failing to give sufficient attention to food and diets in international agreements aimed at mitigating climate change and protecting the environment, a coalition of youth organizations is warning.
About a fifth of fish harvested from the world's oceans — including over half of Canada's $3.6-billion annual catch — is being given away for a pittance to a handful of companies and investors, a new study warns.
Heat waves like those that scorched western North America this summer risk wiping out B.C.'s salmon fisheries in future decades, on top of expected declines due to long-term climate change, a new study has found.
Conversations about sustainable farming usually result in tech companies and organic farmers speaking ill of each other. B.C.’s government is now trying to convince the two sides to get along in a bid to make its food supply more sustainable.
An international conference aimed at tackling hunger and reducing the environmental impact of our food could end up making the situation worse, including in Canada, a coalition of farmers, activists, and scholars are warning.
Chocolate lovers could soon be feasting on more sustainable chocolate with the help of a microscopic molecule that could drastically reduce the energy needed to manufacture their favourite treat, researchers have found.
Coffee farmers have a problem. Even with global coffee prices surging in 2021, extreme weather in Brazil, the world's largest coffee exporter, and social upheaval in Colombia are making it difficult for small producers worldwide.