Arrell PhD Scholar Karthika Sriskantharajah has helped test the potential of hexanal to bring more apples to market.
A national sustainability index for the agri-food sector would help demonstrate Canada’s rightful place as a leader of sustainable, safe and responsibly-produced food to a more demanding domestic and global marketplace.
Benchmarking environmental footprints of food production presents Canada with the opportunity to better demonstrate its leadership in sustainable agri-food production, says a new report.
Sir Charles Godfray, professor of population biology and the Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, addresses the complex web of food insecurity.
On May 23rd, the Arrell Food Summit will feature a discussion on soil loss, soil conservation and soil ecosystem services.
Students joined a discussion with RBC on how digital disruption is changing the skills we’ll need for the future of work.
Remarks delivered by Dr. Evan Fraser to the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry regarding the potential impacts of climate change.
Professor Wagner-Riddle gives insight to the vital importance of soil health to Ontario and the globe.
Walrus Talk by Professor Evan Fraser, Director of the Food Institute of the University of Guelph
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?