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Technological advances can help manage more efficient, sustainable and accountable farming practices. (Shutterstock) Abdul-Rahim Abdulai, University of Guelph; Carling Bieg, University of Guelph; Evan Fraser, University of Guelph, and Sarah Marquis, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa Global food supply chains proved brittle during the COVID-19 pandemic, leading for calls to boost the resilience of global food...
Singapore is aiming to produce 30% of its own food by 2030, a number that is currently closer to 10%.To achieve this, emphasis has been put on citizens to help grow what they can.Growing food in urban farms on carpark rooftops to reused outdoor spaces and retrofitted building interiors is also key to the ’30...
Science, technology and innovation solutions hope to boost food security in developing countries as they seek ways to bounce back from COVID-19. Food security is at a critical juncture. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted food production, trade, logistics and value chains. Pandemic-induced lockdowns, travel bans and physical distancing measures have worsened the risk of food...