Despite its flaws, the international trading system has many tools that can be applied to reduce hunger and malnutrition.
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U.S. corn farmers have largely avoided rising temperatures during growing seasons. What happens when climate change kicks in?
Approximately $940 billion worth of food is lost or wasted each year throughout the entire food supply chain.
NAFTA has been a boon not just to commerce, but to the consumption of fruits and vegetables and to public health. New trade barriers could erase those gains.
Research in Africa by IFPRI and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) shows organizations should actively engage women in decision-making on smallholder irrigation.
One way to preserve groundwater – get consumers thinking about their own water use, and their neighbors', with a cooperative game.
As NAFTA negotiations get underway, a look at how punitive tariffs and other trade penalties could undermine efforts to improve nutrition.
Without robust agricultural R&D, Africa risks falling further behind other regions.
Pregnancy carries more health risks for adolescent girls and their infants in Bangladesh than for older mothers, even when prenatal care and other services are provided.
IFPRI research shows that the prices of high-quality foods including fruits, vegetables, nuts, meats, and dairy have risen sharply in Ethiopia over the past decade—a potential obstacle to efforts to boost nutrition.