Investing in agricultural technology is a must for food security
Each night, as many as 828 million people go to sleep with a hungry stomach, and around forty million face life-threatening levels of hunger, according to United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power.
Aztec artificial farm islands still provide food for Mexico City seven centuries later
The food supply problem pushed the people to reflect on how their forefathers made Tenochtitlan, the predecessor of modern-day Mexico City, self-sustaining hundreds of years ago.
Marcos envisions DA as technology driven agency to ensure PH food security
Aside from the surging prices of agricultural goods, structural issues were identified by President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. as among the challenges faced by the Department of Agriculture (DA) in its mission to ensure food security in the country.