Green ammonia has the potential to drastically reduce the carbon footprint needed to produce fertiliser vital for crop-growing.
From insects to cultured meat, nothing is off the table when it comes to feeding the world’s population which is estimated to be 10 billion people in 30 years’ time.
The complex issue of global food security can only be solved if all nations work together, a UNSW expert says.
Food security isn't just an issue for developing countries; in Australia we've already experienced the perils of food shortages. UNSW Canberra's Dr Alec Thornton explains.
UNSW Art & Design student Samuel Jaramillo’s comic about food security has been selected for inclusion in an international publication.
The majority of food production is increasingly owned and managed by large corporations that have little, if any, regard for Indigenous sovereignty, write Karen Soldatic, Kim Spurway and Kelly Somers.
City farming is growing worldwide as people try to reconnect with nature and ease concerns about food shortages. But there's a lot more to be done to make agriculture a viable feature of Australian life.