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SDG 17: Cargill provided $115 million in total charitable contributions in 2020

Across Cargill’s locations in 70 countries, the company and its employees are committed to positively impacting the communities where they live and work. This...

Locust Outbreak Threatens Food Security and Livelihoods

The locust swarms currently plaguing our nation pose an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods. It’s the worst desert locust outbreak India has...

Redesigning Food Systems for a Future Pandemic

Have you heard of Victory Gardens? During the Second World War, folks were encouraged to create backyard vegetable and herb gardens to have local produce...

ठाकरे का “राज” आया, अब क्या मिलेगा 10 रुपये में खाना, क्या बच पायेगा आरे ?

महीना भर पहले हर नेता, हर एक मंच से जनता के पास जाता और ऐसे ऐसे वादे करता की मानों जीतने के बाद रामराज्य में जनता...

Responsible Business for Sustainable Agriculture

Agriculture produces food, fuel and fibre. It is key to economic development and poverty alleviation at community, country and higher levels. As populations continue to...

Urban Food Insecurity Deals With Issues Beyond Food

Urban poverty and poor diets are intricately linked with one another. With most of the world’s population living in or considering moving to the...
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Gender inequality in the context of food insecurity

An estimated 789 million people, 11% of the world’s population, are undernourished. If trends persist, the goal of ending hunger by 2030 will be...
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CSR: Securing The Food For Future

The global food system is expected to feed a world population of 9.8 billion by 2050. However, it is under threat from all sides....

It Is Important To Collaborate As Part Of An Ecosystem: Harsh Mariwala, Chairman, Marico Innovation Foundation

Harsh Mariwala, Chairman of Marico Ltd and Founder, Marico Innovation Foundation (Incepted in 2003, aiming to nurture innovation in India across the business and...

The Acidic Blues

Ocean Acidification is sometimes called 'climate change’s equally evil twin', it is a significant & harmful consequence of excess CO2 in the atmosphere that we don't see or feel because its effects are happening underwater. And the rate at which we are pumping CO2 into our atmosphere is now a growing concern.

Fighting to Preserve the Seed

A global activist who opposes genetically modified organism (GMO) foods and Big Agriculture, Dr. Vandana Shiva addressed an enthusiastic crowd of youngsters at Arizona State University in the US and labors on with her message in spite of staunch criticism from different quarters.

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