Jonathan Miller has been executive director of Homelands Productions since 2005. As a freelance journalist, he has reported from Asia, Latin America, Africa, Europe, and the USA for NPR, BBC, CBC, Marketplace, Monitor Radio, VOA, Radio Netherlands, and Radio Deutsche Welle, and has written for the New Yorker, Condé Nast Traveler, Parents, American Way, Christian Science Monitor, and many other publications. He was also a correspondent for Video News International. For 13 years he lived and worked in the Philippines and Peru.

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Features by Jon Miller

Bringing the climate fight to the table

Low-emissions cooking aims to slow global warming one plate at a time -- with good food.
Posted In: Food for 9 Billion, climate change, Food, sustainability

Greece's diet crisis: Greeks abandon traditional foods, and an obesity epidemic is the result

More than 10 percent of the world's population is malnourished, but an even larger proportion is overweight. Greece has one of the highest rates of child obesity, despite having one of the world's healthiest cuisines.
Posted In: Greece, obesity, food and drink

Facing water shortages, Indian farmers dig in

Fast-growing India is pumping itself dry. For the "water man," the solutions will come from the grassroots.
Posted In: India, water

The future of food in a warming world

Bangladesh, once a poster child for the food crisis, has made dramatic progress. But will our changing climate sweep away the gains?
Posted In: Food, Bangladesh, climate change, Agriculture

The scientific challenge

It's not one breakthrough that will feed the expected nine billion people in 2045, but rather making good on what science has already delivered.
Posted In: Food
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