Malnutrition is one of the most alarming consequences of poverty and social inequality. Some people don’t have enough to eat, while others throw half their food away. The UN calls hunger the world’s “greatest solvable problem”. What solutions does agricultural research have to offer? According to ETH professor Nina Buchmann, a variety of approaches are necessary to eliminate world hunger.
A passion for cooking and eating can be a great way to get to know people and learn their stories. Photographer Sylvan Müller presents such encounters in his work. Extensive research is necessary to ensure that the aesthetics are just right, the stories come to life and the books have bestseller potential.
A tattered box from a second-hand bookstore in the Mitte district of Berlin contains a surprising find: photos of the 20th anniversary celebration of East Germany. The culinary highlights have a socialist flair and the atmosphere is downright homey.