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Feeding Nine Billion
Feeding Nine Billion (F9B) is an online project devoted to explore and better understand the implications of having to feed a growing world population. >Innovators >Organizations
Stanford Social Innovation Review
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Local Food Systems: A Green Way of Life, or a Luxury Only for Elites?   Transcript
10/28/14
While many celebrate salad greens, the local food movement is cultivating exclusivity and becoming less and less budget friendly. >Ideas >Commentary
Henry I. Miller
Henry I. Miller, a physician and molecular biologist, is the Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. >Innovators >People
Asit K.Biswas
Asit K. Biswas is an Indian environmental scientist and academic. He is the President of the Third World Center for Water Management. >Innovators >People
UN Population Growth Data is Bad News for Climate   Transcript
09/19/14
Most greenhouse-gas emissions and climate-change predictions have been based on the assumption that the planet's burden of humans will peak around 2050, and then begin a slow decline; but new analysis suggests an 80% probability global population will keep rising. >Ideas >Commentary
The Next Generation Greenhouse  
Esther Dyson 08/27/14
Four Dutch engineers have started a revolution. They have developed plan production units the size of a city block and just a few stories high capable of producing the same volume of crops as a large farm. >Ideas >Innovations
Who Will Feed China’s Pigs? And Why Does It Matter to Us?   Transcript
08/18/14
A new generation of Chinese companies like the New Hope Group and COFCO are challenging the dominance of U.S. agribusiness as they seek to meet China's growing demand for food. >Ideas >Commentary
Conflicts in Kyrgyzstan Foreshadow Water Wars to Come   Publication
Fyodor Savintsev 06/17/14
Photographer Fyodor Savintsev documents the landscape and crumbling Soviet irrigation system of Kyrgyzstan, a country at the heart of water conflicts in Central Asia. >Ideas >Briefings
Sustainable Sourcing of Phytochemicals as a Development Tool: The Case of Somaliland's Frankincense Industry   Publication
Anjanette DeCarlo, Saleem H. Ali 03/27/14
This study examines the role the phytochemical sector can play in creating a supply chain for a sustainable niche market. >Ideas >Policy Library
Gawain Kripke
Gawain Kripke is Senior Policy Advisor on international trade issues with Oxfam America, based in Washington, DC. >Innovators >People
Green Politics Is Just High-end Consumerism (If We Don't Connect It to Race and Class)   Publication
Marc Bamuthi Joseph 03/25/14
It would be wise for the environmental movement to use the arts as a vessel for kindling empathy and inspiration in historically disenfranchised communities. >Ideas >Briefings
Development AND Gorillas?   Publication
03/03/14
Integrated conservation and development strategies have shown promise in protecting the mountain gorillas of Uganda while also improving livelihoods. >Ideas >Policy Library
Community Forestry in Nepal: An Innovation for Local Livelihoods   Publication
02/13/14
The Community Forestry Program in Nepal is a global innovation in participatory environmental governance that encompasses well-defined policies, institutions, and practices. >Ideas >Policy Library
Federally Supported Innovations: 22 Major Technology Advances   Publication
02/04/14
From ARPANET to LED lighting and beyond, this report identifies 22 examples of major technology advances that stemmed from federal research support. >Ideas >Policy Library
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research
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Climate-Smart Agriculture   Publication
11/13/13
While many agencies and projects promote climate-smart agriculture, few have shown widespread uptake. This booklet tells some of the success stories from around the world. >Ideas >Policy Library
Calestous Juma
Calestous Juma is professor of the Practice of International Development and director of the Science, Technology, and Globalization Project at Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. >Innovators >People
Biotechnology Innovation for Inclusive Growth   Publication
10/28/13
This paper analyzes policy initiatives in India to adapt and commercialize existing biotechnologies to meet local needs in a more affordable manner. >Ideas >Policy Library
In Kenya: Filming the Faces of Inclusive Business   Publication
Steve Dorst 10/22/13
Filmmaker Steve Dorst reports from Kenya, where he documented the lives of farmers who have benefited from the World Bank's program on Inclusive Business. >Ideas >Briefings

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