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What future for our food? Three scenarios picture quite different futures (New)


An analysis by FAO fixes conditions required for the future of our food be a future of hope. The way to get there will be difficult and full of pitfalls. [lire]



The impacts of global warming of 1.5oC above pre-industrial levels: the IPCC’s Special Report of October 2018 (New)


To avoid the disaster foreseen by the IPPC, let’s fundamentally change the way we produce and consume our food! [read]



Facts and figures on world malnutrition


World malnutrion continues to rise: the number of undernourished people is still on the increase and overeating, with its corollaries, overweight and obesity, progress everywhere in the world. [read]





The global food crunch: myth or reality?


A review of evidence on what matters for food production helps readers to make their opinion on this critical issue [read]





Monsanto case: a result that does not solve the problem and illustrates the perverse nature of the so-called “consumer protection system”


Winning cases is not enough; what is needed is to change the rules and implement them effectively. [read]


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