Food insecurity

terrorism

The Link Between Food Security and Terrorism Is Surprisingly Complicated, Report Shows

Countries with greater food abundance are actually more likely—not less—to experience terrorism at home.
Lauren Rothman
10.26.18
Feature

Inside the Lakota Sioux's Fight for Food Sovereignty

“Permaculture is a white people word. We already lived that life; we just have to practice it.“
Clarissa Wei
10.27.17
seal meat

Eating Seal Meat Is a Vital Part of Life in My Community

Many people opposed to seal hunting don't understand that kids in indigenous communities are hungry, and it's painful to see that. It's ridiculous that other cultures are welcome to survive off of our natural resources, but we're not.
Tanya Tagaq
6.28.17
Science

This Scientific Breakthrough Could Completely Change the Way the World Grows Food

The solution? Just get plant life to more efficiently photosynthesize.
Alex Swerdloff
11.20.16
COLLEGE

America’s College Students Are Still Broke and Hungry as Hell

A whopping 71 percent of students surveyed reported having to alter their eating habits because of the low budget that they must live on while in school.
Hilary Pollack
9.29.15
christmas

America's Economy Is Recovering, But Its Food Security Isn't

As the holiday season ramps up and cooks everywhere prepare to fill their tables with burnished roasts, bubbling pies, and heaps of holiday cookies, a sobering fact runs counter to the seasonal excess: in America—the wealthiest country in the world...
Lauren Rothman
12.19.14
food waste

These UK Cafes Serve Delicious Casseroles Straight from the Garbage

For many of us, British cuisine is defined by such hearty pub fare as roast beef, shepherd’s pie and chip buttys. But one Leeds native is bringing something new to England’s tables: one hundred percent salvaged foods.
Lauren Rothman
11.11.14
hunger

Eating on the Edge of the World Is Expensive

In the remote reaches of northern Canada, the high prices of flown-in food have left many Inuit communities struggling to put enough food on the table. The solution might mean a return to tradition.
Lauren Rothman
11.10.14