Famines are not the inevitable result of environmental conditions. The right mix of assistance and strategic support, sustained over time, can head off the next catastrophe.
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Hawksbeard is a plant that adapts to urban environments. The food policy community must do the same.
A five day course designed for both policy makers and practitioners that leads participants through cutting-edge knowledge and evidence on global nutrition.
IFPRI research shows that index insurance—which pays farmers automatically based on deviations from an index of rainfall and other factors—can improve the social welfare of rural communities.
Participants in IFPRI's 2017 GFPR launch say a paradigm shift is needed in food policy that bridges the needs of cities and rural areas.
A new study quantifies the relationships between air pollution in China, individual happiness, and people's willingness to pay for cleaner air.
To build sustainable solutions to global problems, stakeholders must leave the silos that constrict action and thinking. In Kenya, a public-private water partnership is bridging these gaps.
To mark World Water Day March 22, a look at how experimental games can help farmers understand—and sustain—groundwater resources.
The complex requirements of international treaties are an increasing drag on the global cooperation that agricultural research depends on.
An IFPRI seminar and a new book explore the changing role of food subsidies in Egypt's struggle with food security.