Invest Now to Nourish the Cities of Tomorrow. We are living in the midst of an unparalleled human migration from the farm to the city, one that is so massive, it may be hard to see.
Dr. Phil Pardey featured in National Geographic. Read the full article.
Professor Mike Boland delivered this year's keynote address, "The Geography of Food," at CFANS annual Classes Without Quizzes. In his address, he delved into why it's important to know where your food is from and understand the fascination with the geographic origin of food. Read more about this year's Classes Without Quizzes program.
Food For Thought: In Praise of Quinoa. Professor Bellemare explains why the spread of exotic grains is evidence that globalisation works. Read the full article.
Not only is the global population growing, demand for food is expected to rise while resources remain scarce. Professor Philip Pardey blends evidence from biology, agroecology, and economics to find the innovations needed to tackle these challenges.