To bring about a 'Great Leap' scenario, it is necessary to address the fundamental inequalities that are the root cause of the ecological crisis, writes Paul Virgo.
Russia's war on Ukraine has wreaked havoc on global commodity markets, driving up energy and food prices and exacerbating hunger emergencies around the world.
50 years ago, the report ‘The Limits of Growth’ was published — and its scenarios turned out surprisingly accurate. But we can still change course, writes Jayati Ghosh
Millions are facing starvation as war combines with financial and climate-driven shocks. Now the U.N. goal to end hunger by the end of the decade looks further than ever.
Change will come, and can only come from committed people mobilizing in common cause as a powerful social movement, writes David Korten.
Companies at the centre of the global grain trade have enjoyed a record bonanza amid soring food prices around the world, raising concerns of profiteering and speculation in global food markets that could put staples beyond the reach of the poorest.
U.N. humanitarian projects face a record funding gap this year, with only a third of the required $48.7 billion secured so far as global needs outpace pledges.