The difference between declining and recovering regions is intensive fishery management.
A case study of Japan reveals that international dietary recommendations to reduce meat consumption won't always results in lower emissions.
What if we didn't just leave old farmland to lie fallow?
A new report outlines practical steps countries can take to cut substantial emissions from land use, and to boost the land's capacity as a carbon sink.
New research shows that by 2100, almost all of humanity will be affected in some way by declining food production - unless we start mitigating now.
The Green Revolution ensured the dominance of rice in India. But new research reveals the potential benefits of changing that historic legacy.
Former pasture land could be the key to easing the destruction this crop causes to tropical forests around the world.
A new study considers a shortcoming in the influential dietary recommendations from the EAT-Lancet Commission: it doesn't factor in affordability across the globe.
Until now, it has been difficult to measure how effective greener farming methods are across large swaths of land
Eating a healthy diet pays off for the environment, too, researchers discover in a new analysis.