As we come to the close of 2019, it's important to reflect on some of the major issues affecting agriculture and food production. There have been promising stories and some that are worrisome.
With a minority government in place, there may be an opportunity to push for expanding the climate change debate to include the impact that industrial agriculture is having on our environment.
What we eat definitely has climate impact but there is often more than meets the eye when you consider how to eat sustainably. Here's an easier way to break down your carbon footprint.
The New Year is just a few weeks away -- a good time for reflection. My resolution this year is going to be all about how I can work towards sustainable eating practices.
Global small farmer movement La Via Campesina has released a report on food sovereignty and food production problems around the world.
Today we launch a new column about agriculture and our relationships to food. It will look at food production issues that affect urban and rural dwellers alike.
There should be no one suffering from food insecurity in a country as rich as Canada, yet this is a big issue. Here is why we need a national food policy that focuses on sustainability.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's trade minister Ed Fast will be in Atlanta this week for critical talks relating to the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership "free trade" deal.
Yes, we have to eat. But how food is produced and consumed really matters to the species with which we share this planet, and to our own future.
As a province that imports half of its food, B.C. has a stake in California's drought. Responses to water scarcity exemplify the need for collective action across communities.