Moderating meat consumption and cutting down on food waste are keys to reducing the dangerous effects of climate change and ensure there is enough food for all, says a significant study.
British households are throwing away 4.2 million tonnes of food and drink a year, the equivalent of six meals every week, a study published on Thursday said.
The United Nations marked World Food Day Wednesday, warning against food waste as 842 million people go hungry and stressing the importance of healthy diets amid rising obesity.
Crop yields worldwide are not increasing quickly enough to support estimated global needs in 2050, according to a study.
The UN report said that malnutrition, including obesity and under-nourishment problems have been raised to `unacceptably high` levels.
Engineers are designing the world`s first super efficient cargo vessels that will revolutionise shipping - operating without a single drop of fossil fuel.
Major earthquake rattles Nepal, India
Day in Pics: 25th April
Showbiz World - April 25, 2015