End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

This article provides novel insights for further improvements in tomato quality while also developing water-saving irrigation techniques.
In support of #WorldFoodDay, Elsevier has curated a special collection of free access book and journal content to help raise awareness for water as the foundation for life and food.
This study estimates the prevalence and trends of undernutrition in all countries of SEAR using national level data. This is the first study to study indicators of malnutrition at the regional level and estimating the effect of current food policies on future health of children.

UN's Summit of the Future 2024: Paving the Path for SDG Resources

This chapter aligns with Goal 2: Zero Hunger and Goal 12: Responsible Consumption by considering plant-based meat alternatives as a sustainable approach to provide affordable and nutritious meat substitutes in a world with growing human consumption demands.

Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Volume 38, September 2023

To plan for an uncertain future, life scientists are often required to use the output from climate models to develop recommendations for policy. The authors explain best practice for use of these models, this research supports SDG 2, 13, 14 and 15.
climate change interacts with historical colonialism to shape fisheries in small island developing states. Greater attention to fish as food can improve food sovereignty and reduce historical inequalities
The demand for solar energy as a clean way to power human lives is increasing, but solar panels are land-intensive and may compete for space with farms. In this article, the authors examine how agrivoltaics (combining farming and solar technologies) can provide synergistic benefits together rather than in isolation, showing positive benefits in climate mitigation, climate resilience, and land equivalent ratios. This contributes to SDGs 2 (ensuring the promotion of sustainable agriculture), 7 (harnessing sunlight to power society), and 13 (agrivoltaics as a way to combat climate change).
This Health Policy paper supports SDGs 2, 3, and 13, by identifying and examining the debates that arose from the publication of the EAT–Lancet Commission, systematically examining how research has been directly influenced by the Commission, and synthesising identified research gaps to build a research agenda for healthy and sustainable food systems.
The authors of this paper conclude that reducing Ultraprocessed Drink Consumption could lower environmental impact and all-cause mortality risk; however, this was not shown for Ultraprocessed Foods. When categorizing food consumption by their degree of processing, trade-offs are observed for human and planetary health aspects.