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A robust new strategy for sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in Mediterranean and Black Sea
Science, technology and innovation are key to agri-food systems transformation
Global food prices fall for first time in 12 months
Securing food, protecting biodiversity
Supporting countries to better prepare and respond to zoonotic diseases: reflections from Tripartite
OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook presents production, consumption, trade and price trends for coming decade – Global agri-food systems
Young people and innovation must drive Africa’s agri-food systems transformation
New report finds fruit, vegetables, protein remain out of reach for most Africans
Speech of FAO Director-General at G20 Meeting of Joint Foreign Affairs and Development Ministers
Improving zoonotic disease prevention and livestock production through nuclear-derived techniques
FAO Investment Centre’s Annual Review highlights successes in 2020 and beyond
Foreign and Development Ministers’ Meeting and Ministerial Event on Humanitarian Assistance
FAO report maps insights from and threats to Indigenous Peoples’ food systems
Hunger and malnutrition in Arab region hamper achieving Zero Hunger by 2030, UN report warns
Education is a key lifeline for world’s forests
FAO and Spain pledge to continue collaborating closely on global food security and nutrition
FAO Director-General opens 8th World Congress on Conservation Agriculture
FAO launches Green Cities Action Programme for Africa
FAO Conference endorses new Strategic Framework to drive agri-food systems transformation
Private sector has a crucial role to play in ensuring healthy diets for all
Global Environment Facility approves over $46.6 million to support FAO-led projects
Supporting sustainable development in agricultural sector
Joanna Toole environment grant launched
Canada contributes over CAD 22 million for FAO’s COVID-19 response
Protecting Climate and Achieving Food Security
Ministers at FAO High Level Round Table agreed innovation is key to tackling hunger and climate change
WFP welcomes commitment to famine prevention by G7; calls for swift action to prevent widespread catastrophe
Bill Gates highlights role of data and technology to end hunger at FAO Conference
First virtual FAO Conference kicks off with renewed calls for rebuilding a better world
Asia-Pacific Regional Food Systems Dialogue – a call to action
UN agencies scale-up response to address looming famine ‘catastrophe’ in Tigray
PETER RABBIT teams up with UN, FAO and UN Foundation in Global campaign to mobilize more food heroes
UN agencies concerned by looming famine in northern Ethiopia, call for urgent life-saving action to avert it. Over 350 000 people
UN agencies concerned by looming famine in northern Ethiopia, call for urgent life-saving action to avert it Over 350 000 people
Global food trade is buoyant, as are prices
Food systems offer huge opportunities to cut emissions, study finds
Off-farm activities are a growing share of food-system greenhouse gas emissions
Food safety is everyone’s business
UN launches Decade on Ecosystem Restoration to counter ‘triple environmental emergency’
Director-General opens special session of Committee on World Food Security
Worsening soil pollution threatens future food production and ecosystems, FAO-UNEP
Ecosystem restoration is vital for climate, biodiversity
New G7 clinical trials charter to bolster global health defences
Restoration call for area ‘the size of China’ to protect falling biodiversity and food insecurity
Global food prices rise at rapid pace in May
Invasive pest spread another fallout from climate change, UN-backed study finds
Climate change fans spread of pests and threats plants and crops, new FAO study