Walrus Talk by Professor Evan Fraser, Director of the Food Institute of the University of Guelph
Diversity in agriculture creates resiliency against climate change according to University of Guelph agricultural and environmental researchers.
University of Guelph wants to know how to feed the world without undermining the environment.
While the risk to humans has so far been low, the unpredictability of the avian flu virus requires a multi-pronged approach to prevention.
In the 1930s, a bad drought and an economic malaise upended farming systems around North America causing the Dust Bowl. Could climate change and the persistent post-2008 economic doldrums do the same?
The problem is worse than we thought.
There is enough food for everyone on the planet to lead a healthy and nutritious life, but the global food supply is deeply inequitable
The devastating effect of algae blooms and how humans caused them
Preventing food riots in the future actually has little to do with food
The word evokes thoughts of covert military operations, but drones are proving to be a real asset to farmers