We’re a global community pushing for food system change.

Based in Goa, India, The Good Ocean is a pilot project aiming to build a more sustainable and ethical seaweed supply chain.

Pilot Program Builds a Better Seaweed Supply Chain

New York State Act to Reduce Hunger and Food Waste

New York State Act to Reduce Hunger and Food Waste

Africa’s Ag-tech Development

Africa’s Ag-tech Development Fulcrum: Some Dos and Don’ts for African Start-ups

Op-Ed: Can Africa Be Sustainably Food Self-Sufficient?

New web apps from GRACE Communications Foundation help individuals and policy makers reduce the water footprint of food.

Wasting Food is Wasting Water: Unveiling Food’s Water Footprint

The Impact of Higher Input Prices for Farmers, Food Security, and the Planet

NYC-Based Grassroots Collective Uses Food as a Tool of Resistance

A Perspective on Food Systems from a World Renowned Researcher and Food Tank Member

What Will Be the Most Effective Way of Overcoming the “Hurricane of Hunger”?

What Will Be the Most Effective Way of Overcoming the “Hurricane of Hunger”?

Farming Must Be Economically Sustainable

New York State Act to Reduce Hunger and Food Waste

Advocates hope that New York’s size and visibility will add more momentum and help pass similar legislation targeting food waste and hunger across the country.

Africa’s Ag-tech Development Fulcrum: Some Dos and Don’ts for African Start-ups

Do entrepreneurs and tech start-ups follow the (comparatively) easy money by replicating industrial systems onto Africa farms or do they attempt to leap-frog towards just and sustainable solutions for Africa’s food system?

Op-Ed: Can Africa Be Sustainably Food Self-Sufficient?

Interventions must feed the growing population while reducing pressure on biodiversity and natural resources.

Wasting Food is Wasting Water: Unveiling Food’s Water Footprint

GRACE Communications Foundation helps individuals and policy makers reduce the water footprint of food by providing education on how to make choices that waste less water through the Water Footprint of Food Quiz and Guide.

The Impact of Higher Input Prices for Farmers, Food Security, and the Planet

Agricultural inputs, ranging from seeds to fertilizers, are critical to food production. Their rising prices are worrying for three primary reasons.

NYC-Based Grassroots Collective Uses Food as a Tool of Resistance

This collective focuses on developing concrete strategies to address environmental sustainability, food sovereignty, racial equity, and economic justice.

A Perspective on Food Systems from a World Renowned Researcher and Food Tank Member

There is real potential to improve food systems. Why is it so hard to make prograss?

What Will Be the Most Effective Way of Overcoming the “Hurricane of Hunger”?

Soil degradation in sub-Saharan Africa is resulting in increasing rates of hunger.

Farming Must Be Economically Sustainable

For Mindy and Drew Duff, sustainability also means being able to keep farming in the family.

The SUN Movement Tackles Malnutrition Through Collaboration

An estimated 149.2 million—22 percent—of children under five years of age suffer from stunting.

Stepping Up to the Plate: The Private Sector’s Role in Fighting Food Waste

Organizations must consider actionable, easy to use solutions that they can introduce in their own kitchens to reduce food waste.

Understanding the Link Between Agriculture and Anti-Microbial Resistance

A recent Lancet study notes that antibiotics used in farming may contribute to AMR in humans, however the direct cause remains controversial.

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