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Russian wheat aphids (Diuraphis noxia).

Climate change projected to increase insect-driven crop loss »

August 30, 2018

By James Urton, University of Washington

New Leadership at Stanford's Center on Food Security and the Environment »

July 6, 2018

David B. Lobell will step in as director Sept. 1, 2018. Lobell succeeds Rosamond L. Naylor, who has been director since FSE’s inception in 2005.

By Michelle Horton, Center on Food Security and the Environment

image of globe on plate

Changing How — and What — the World Eats »

May 30, 2018

The challenge of feeding a growing planet is on the table as food security expert Roz Naylor and "The Future of Everything" host Russ Altman discuss the rapidly changing landscape of agriculture.

By ​Stanford Engineering Staff, Stanford School of Engineering

Panel members at the Global Food Security Symposium, Nov. 29 2017.

Feeding Africa and the World in the 21st Century »

December 12, 2017

Food security experts from the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) gathered to discuss transforming food production in Africa at Stanford on Nov. 29. The symposium, hosted by the Center on Food Security and...

By Michelle Horton, Center on Food Security and the Enviornment

Tropical Oil Crops - a More Sustainable Future? »

March 1, 2017

An interview with authors of the “The Tropical Oil Crop Revolution” predicts the future of soy and palm oil booms by examining the past and present.

By Michelle Horton, Center on Food Security & the Environment

How China is Poised for Marine Fisheries Reform »

January 17, 2017

Stanford researchers view ocean management as next front for China to compete as global sustainability leaders.

By Michelle Horton, Stanford Center on Food Security and the Environment

wheat field

National Security's Connections to Food, Energy and Water Security »

October 7, 2016

Stanford scholars and other experts discussed pressing environmental and energy challenges and risks that the next presidential administration will need to confront.

By Devon Ryan, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Marijuana's Environmental Impacts »

July 10, 2015

Researchers link cultivation to environmental damage in California; call for greater regulation

By Laura Seaman, Center on Food Security and the Environment

Oil palm plantation in Indonesia.

Toward More Sustainable Palm Oil »

June 23, 2015

Teams including Woods researchers awarded grants to explore sustainable palm oil supply chains and other potential environmental solutions

By Laura Seaman, Center on Food Security and the Environment

A woman in Kalalé, Benin displaying crops grown with solar-powered irrigation

Agriculture: Delivering Water with Sunlight »

March 16, 2015

Innovative multi-year project shows promise of economically and environmentally sustainable solar irrigation systems

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Fishing boat with haul destined for for fish farm in Guangzhou, China

Chinese Aquaculture Could Tip Balance of World Fish Supplies »

January 8, 2015

China's booming aquaculture industry relies increasingly on fishmeal made from wild-caught fish, risking depletion of wild fish stocks and straining fragile ocean ecosystems. A Stanford study offers a more sustainable...

By Laura Seaman, Center on Food Security and the Environment

Roz Naylor presents to representatives of the U.N. agencies in Rome

Contributing to International Food Security Policy »

December 12, 2014

Stanford Researchers take research to United Nations agencies

By Laura Seaman, Center on Food Security and the Environmnet

Rosamond Naylor, director of the Center on Food Security and the Environment

Can We Feed the World in the 21st Century? »

October 14, 2014

All countries, including wealthy economies like the United States, struggle with problems of food availability, access and nutrition. William Wrigley Senior Fellow...

By Laura Seaman, Center on Food Security and the Environment

How to Feed the World »

July 14, 2014

Experts from many fields put their heads together in a Stanford project to map strategies against global want.

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Fish farm in Fujian, China

Symposium Brings Top Fisheries Experts to Beijing »

June 2, 2014

Stanford's Center of Food Security and the Environment brings researchers together for a closer look at the future of Chinese aquaculture

By Laura Seaman, Center on Food Security and the Environmnet

Anthony Barnosky and Rosamond Naylor

Climate Change Threatens Food Security, Stanford Professor Warns »

December 13, 2013

California governor calls for political response at national science conference

By Terry Nagel, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Irrigation Waters More Than Crops in Africa »

August 13, 2013

Localized irrigation systems, when made affordable through financing, have potential to grow food, economies and development in Africa, researchers find

By Jennifer Burney, Center on Food Security and the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute Announces 2013 Environmental Venture Projects »

June 19, 2013

Seven interdisciplinary research studies propose practical solutions to major sustainability challenges

By Terry Nagel, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

48 Stanford Scientists Sign Global Environmental Consensus Statement »

May 23, 2013

California Governor accepts document endorsed by 520 scientists from 44 countries.

By Rob Jordan, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

cows

Meat's Environmental Impact »

July 25, 2011

Woods-funded research on the consequences of increased global meat consumption.

By Cassandra Brooks, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

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