The tale of the elephant

There are many reasons for scientific research, from product development to saving the planet; all are justifiable to a degree, but sometimes the objectives get a little out of whack and affect the science. Here is an elephant example.

Producer or keeper. Pastoralists chasing the dollar and the sheep

Humans could only live in certain parts of the world because we domesticated animals, our partners in global expansion and world domination. When we got there, we also had an eye for profit.

Sustainability is more popular than the Kardashians, but not entirely

Sounds impossible, but there is more sustainability content on the web than Kardashian content. A hopeful outcome until we look at interest.

Food security—the most egalitarian and humanitarian concept around?

Everyone with sufficient, safe and nutritious food all the time is perhaps the most egalitarian definition in the diplomatic lexicon. We like it and here is why.

Comment | A possum problem

None of the integration of food, ecology and diet advocated here on sustainably FED is easy. There are many challenges in a more ecological way of feeding everyone well.

The right to life

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights set an agenda for the common achievement of all peoples, a worthy aspiration that should be at the front of everyone's mind. Here we ask what it means for food.

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