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Beyond biopiracy of genetic resources, national sovereignty is reaching its limits in the era of open source databases.
Biodiversity loss make agriculture more vulnerable to climate change, pests and diseases. Nutrition is becoming more and more unbalanced.
The global community has missed its targets for biodiversity conservation. In autumn, a new ambitious framework will aim to make improvement
Land speculation only benefits a select few. Their wealth comes at the expense of the small actors in food systems.
The Food Systems Summit aims to make food systems a top priority. Joachim von Braun on hunger and the role of science.
India produces large grain surpluses. Yet, the World Hunger Index lists its hunger problem as "serious". How to explain this contradiction?
The plague of locusts is on the rise again as a new generation of pests is breeding and hatching. Welthungerhilfe supports families in need.
Welthungerhilfe is supporting smallholder farmers to achieve Zero Hunger in India
The Welthungerhilfe is increasingly developing and using digital services to get closer to achieving the "zero hunger" goal.
Can digitalisation also help overcome global hunger? 70 agriculture ministers have expressed concerns.
Is digitalisation in agriculture really generating opportunities to end hunger and poverty, or is it creating new dangers for famers?
Climate change is making life hard for fishers and farmers in Malawi. The largest lake is drying up, and harvests have become unpredictable.