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Filipino Farmers Hit by El Niño Are Protesting and Demanding Food...

Drought has spread in several provinces of Mindanao Island. Photo from the Facebook page of RMP-NMR Since March, thousands of hungry farmers in the southern...

Famine Haunted His Childhood in Ethiopia. Now He Sees Food Running...

Abebe Haregewoin (right) and his father in Ethiopia. Credit: Courtesy: Abebe Haregewoin This article by Joyce Hackel originally appeared on PRI.org on May 5, 2016, and is republished...

Baobab and Moringa, Two ‘Superfoods’ With the Potential of Boosting the...

The Sindri village (Kongoussi area) Baobab fruit called Monkey Bread and by the locals theodo, Burkina Faso. Photo by Flickr user CIFOR. CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0. This...

Photos: Protesting Farmers Asking for Rice Violently Dispersed by Police in...

Police and farmers face off a day before the dispersal of the protest. Source: Kilab Multimedia / Facebook Two people were killed and scores were wounded after...

Live Twitter Chat Draws Attention to Lesotho’s Worst Drought in Recent...

A farmer showing a drought affected field in Lesotho. Photo used with permission from Send a Cow. Send a Cow, a UK-based international development charity,...

Can Mountains of Animal Bones Boost Food Security in Ethiopia?

The Addis Ababa abattoir with hills of bones covered with vultures. Photo by Flickr user Magnus Franklin. CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0 This post by Virginia Gewin was originally published on Ensia.com,...

Rastafarian Jamaican Farmer Cooks ‘Ital’ for the Internet

Ras Mokko, Ital chef extraordinare of the cooking show ‘Ras Kitchen’. All photos in this post are courtesy the show and used with permission;...

Typhoon Koppu Brings Floods and Agricultural Disaster to Philippines’ ‘Food Basket’

Monitoring the path of Typhoon Koppu as it batters the northern Philippines. Image from @govph. Typhoon Koppu (known locally as Lando) has battered the northern...

Elizabeth May: “The oil sands are about two per cent of...

In the first leaders debate of the election, Elizabeth May took a question on the energy sector. Making a point on the diversity of...

Laudato Si: On Care For Our Common Home

Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter Laudato Si: On Care For Our Common Home (May 24/15, Pentecost Sunday) can be read or interpreted as making five...

NDP: “Canada went from 2.5 million protected lakes and rivers, down...

The NDP created a petition calling for the protection of Canadian lakes and rivers, which the party claimed dropped from 2.5 million to 159...

Baby bald eagle learning to fly

Joe Kearney, a wildlife photographer from Newfoundland spent nearly eight hours taking pictures and filming several bald eagles in Lincoln, New Brunswick, but there...

Climate Change: Threats and Opportunities

Climate Change: Threats and Opportunities by Bill Stanley It’s impossible to know whether the historic storms of the past year in New Brunswick and around the world...

May Welcomed Like Spring at STU

On the evening of Monday, March 23rd Elizabeth May sat down for a conversation with Jan Wong in the Kinsella Auditorium at STU. The...

Waiting for Spring … Still!!!

Got the deck chairs and table out. Just need to melt about six feet of snow and we're all set for BBQ season. What's that...