SPECIAL REPORT: The Future of Food
A rapid change in eating habits, particularly in the West, is deemed necessary to avoid climate catastrophe. But what are the future solutions being proposed, and how far are governments going to make them a reality?
Some scientists and businesses are convinced that farming insects could help provide the world’s growing population with protein, while also reducing organic waste, lowering carbon emissions and reducing land use. But do the economics of the insect industry stack up and will anyone be persuaded to eat them?
JAPAN'S FARMING REVOLUTION
Japanese agriculture has seen a steady decline in production and employment for decades. Now it may seem as though the trend is turning thanks to measures from the government, individual adaptation by farmers, and the implementation of technology
SPOTLIGHT: SOMALILAND’S BLUE ECONOMY
A combination of serendipity and necessity is creating a powerful force propelling economic growth in the tiny, semi-autonomous state of Somaliland. Amy Guttman reports on the entrepreneurs benefitting from the state’s new, sustainable food supply
Explore: RANGERS WITHOUT BORDERS
Wildlife rangers are critical to global conservation. However, little research has been undertaken into how they work. Joshua Powell led an expedition to examine the role of rangers in Central Asia and Europe
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