These 20 initiatives are leading the way in preserving biodiversity, and the future of our food system.
Dr. Selena Ahmed, an ethnobotanist, and Dr. Carmen Byker Shanks, a nutritionist, challenge you to mindfully reduce your food waste to improve nutrition.
By Rocco Pallin This piece was originally published on the Food Tank website. Food Tank is a nonprofit organization focused on building a global community for safe, healthy, nourished eaters. Researchers from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) have published an extensive report highlighting the effects of climate change on agriculture and global nutrition. …
The Open Source Seed Initiative was created to ensure some crop genetic diversity cannot be locked away from use by intellectual property rights.
As the weather cools and we turn to more savory foods, learn about the history of butter, duck season in France, and the life of Patience Gray, the visionary behind the modern slow food culture.
Chef Jose Andrés and the World Central Kitchen are coordinating food aid for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
With his game-changing GreenWave organization, Bren Smith is making 3D ocean farming accessible to would-be entrepreneurs and farmers throughout the world.
By providing jobs, agricultural training, and inclusion in a farming community, the Sole Food project has empowered dozens of individuals with limited resources who are managing addiction and chronic mental health problems.
In ranking the causes of climate change—as well as ways to reduce the effects of climate change—from most to least impactful, Project Drawdown has created an actionable list of 100 effective solutions to reverse global warming. One of the top five measures is something each of us can enact immediately: following a plant-based diet.