In focus Food security


Fact File - 3 Sep 2014
From porcupines and rats to (yes) the occasional monkey.
Event Coverage - 26 Sep 2017
What’s being done on the ground to prevent future disaster

Feature - 16 Oct 2017
In Nepal, what migration means on the home front
As migrant workers leave their villages behind, landscapes and social hierarchies are being shaken from tradition
Feature - 13 Oct 2017
Left behind: The women and elderly of Nalma
Voices of those left back home by migrant workers in Nepal
News - 9 Oct 2017
Peat fires and toxic haze: The power of perception
How viewpoints can shape policy and action
Video - 29 Sep 2017
A window on wild meat in Colombia
Videos bring to life research on a hidden trade
News - 6 Sep 2017
Brazil nuts: Savior seeds of the Amazon basin?
Re-examining the region’s ‘cornerstone of conservation’
News - 5 Sep 2017
Changing landscapes: From forests to food
Challenging conventional wisdom on agricultural expansion
News - 31 Aug 2017
Forests, farming and food
New evidence on how forests contribute to dietary diversity
News - 16 Aug 2017
On the edge of forests, change comes in many forms
New research into land-use change extends from diet impacts to satellite mapping, and spans the globe
Feature - 10 Aug 2017
Postcards from the field: Pangolin surprise
Researcher Lauren Coad received a surprise on her birthday – and it wasn't a cake
News - 8 Aug 2017
Pangolins under pressure
New study finds millions hunted in Africa each year
Interview - 28 Jul 2017
There is more to farming than yields, and more to forests than trees
In balancing conservation concerns and agricultural aims, there are other factors to consider, including what farmers want and what happens to crops growing...