Grapes, nectarines, peaches and almonds are just some of the California crops that have been boosted by cleaner air in recent decades. That means bigger earnings for farmers, too.
This could have huge practical benefits—in developing countries, up to 40% of food is lost before it even reaches the market.
Warming waters will drive a fish exodus from tropical seas.
We waste hundreds of tons of bread daily. But now a team of researchers has devised a better use for these discarded carbs.
Reducing our dependence on coal comes with some unexpected agricultural benefits, two recent studies find.
Warming temperatures will open up new lands to farming, and that could mean more food to feed a growing population. But at what cost?
Counterintuitive though it may seem, new research shows it could be a way to reign in shopping, leaving less food to go mouldy in the fridge.
The global wine industry has its diversity to fall back on under a changing climate - and that holds lessons for other crops too.
Here's what we have to gain—environmentally and health-wise—if we swap meat for mycoprotein.
The difference between declining and recovering regions is intensive fishery management.