Getting farms to produce more food may not be the answer to all the world's problems. But it's a problem we're still going to need to answer somehow.
Cultivation, fermentation, distillation: a glass of brandy is made possible by millennia of conspiracy between nature and technology, orchestrated by human beings.
In Connecticut, thieves are coming in the dead of night for the stalks of small farmers.
A judge throws out the Hawaiian island's attempt to restrict the use of pesticides on GMO crops -- but the fight is likely to continue.
If we aim to slow the rocketing population graph, all the evidence points in the same direction: prosperity cuts the birth rate, which will spare the planet.
Pre-measured ingredients for cook-at-home meals could be a fantastic idea. But if you want to recycle all that packaging, you might need an advanced degree.
A nonprofit group says Quorn, the mushroom-based fake meat, is causing real illnesses and asks the FDA to regulate it.
The environmental crusader has a beautiful vision of the world we'd like to have. Too bad she has such a loose way with the factual details.
Which should be tackled first: hunger or inequality? Food production or distribution? These chicken-and-egg questions tangle every "feeding the planet" debate.