Hassan has a degree in business, but he doesn't commute to an office every day. His chosen place of work is a farm in the desert 200 km from Cairo. WATCH
This World Food Day is marked by one of the worst famines in recent history. But, this report from Oxfam America and ViewChange shows how it could be the last. WATCH
This documentary from the Al Jazeera English Witness series tells an inspiring story about the Rwandan genocide, a troupe of female drummers, and the healing power of ice cream. WATCH
Photographer Brian Skerry shoots both the horror and the magic of the ocean. With intimate shots of undersea creatures, see how powerful images can make change. WATCH
On a philanthropic, fact-finding mission to the Arctic, the explore team is introduced to Greenland's traditional Inuit cuisine, which includes raw seal meat, walrus, and caribou. WATCH
In this documentary from the Al Jazeera Witness series, can a small US grocery store keep up with the extraordinary Thanksgiving demands of a diverse community? WATCH
In the remote Norwegian town of Longyearbyen, lives the first global seed bank created to ensure the continued existence of biodiversity. But can it really feed the world? WATCH A CLIP
The US is a land of plenty. It is one of the world's major producers of food. But every year tons of food are wasted, thrown away before it ever reaches the dinner table. WATCH
Jock Brandis is a man with a mission: to design and build a simple, hand-operated peanut sheller that will enable villagers around the world to more easily grow peanuts for food. WATCH
From local farms to farmers' markets to kitchen tables, celebrate one of the most influential pioneers and leaders in the organic and local-food movement, Nora Pouillon. WATCH
This documentary narrates the untold story and visual history of the famous citrus fruit originated from Palestine and known worldwide for centuries as "Jaffa oranges." WATCH
In these TED Talks Marcel Dicke makes an appetizing case for adding insects to everyone's diet, while Jonathan Drori encourages us to save biodiversity, one seed at a time. WATCH
With soaring food prices, a growing population and a changing climate, how will we feed the world? Earth Focus looks at both low- and high-tech solutions. WATCH
Witness one man's struggle to start an unlikely new sport based around shopping, and the citizens of a small town who get swept up in his crazy dream. WATCH A CLIP
Wildlife filmmaker Rebecca Hosking investigates how to transform her family's farm into a low energy farm for the future, and discovers that nature holds the key. WATCH A CLIP
Exposed: The Ugly Side of Food Production
(Earth Focus: Episode 37) Food and social justice. Human rights abuses, rape and corrupt practices in the Bangladesh shrimp industry. A report by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation uncovers the human and environmental cost of shrimp farming and shows why buying shrimp from Bangladesh where they are exposed to pesticides and injected with dirty water may be hazardous to your health.
Join the UN in acknowledging the strife of one billion people facing hunger worldwide. Check back on the UN's World Food Day website to find out about this year's events.
Goal #1 of this global development strategy is the eradication of exterme poverty and hunger. Check this website for more information.
Revolution Hunger is a campaign that harnesses the power of teens to make a lifelong commitment to take on the problems of hunger and malnutrition around the world. Link Media has partnered with Revolution Hunger to help build increased awareness and impact, while working with a team of young leaders who are launching the campaign in their communities. Are you a teen? Or a parent/relative of a teen? Check out the website to get involved.