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Twenty years ago, a Stanford-led analysis sparked controversy by highlighting fish farming’s damage to ocean fisheries. Now a follow-up study takes stock of the industry’s progress and points to opportunities for sustainable growth.

In an article recently published in the Food Sustainability Index, a publication of The Economist, Blue Food Assessment co-chair Roz Naylor emphasizes the need to develop comprehensive food policies that better incorporate food from aquatic spaces.

New management approaches and technology have allowed the U.S. Corn Belt to increase yields despite some changes in climate. However, soil sensitivity to drought has increased significantly, according to a new study that could help identify ways to reverse the trend.

Worsening climate change deepens educational inequities across the United States and around the world, study finds.

Researchers analyzed the interconnected food, water and energy challenges that arise from the sugar industry in India – the second-largest producer of sugar worldwide – and how the political economy drives those challenges.

The study of sub-Saharan Africa finds that a relatively small increase in airborne particles significantly increases infant mortality rates. A cost-effective solution may lie in an exotic-sounding proposal.

Burke’s research focuses on the social and economic impacts of environmental change, and on the economics of rural development in Africa.

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