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Op-Ed | California Crate-Free Law Offers Hog Farmers Economic Opportunity

Bridging Seas to Sustainability: WTO’s ‘Fish Month’ Pushes Against Fishing Subsidies

Krill Fishing Boom May Threaten Antarctic Predators and Climate Crisis Mediation

Battle for Biodiversity: AfCFTA’s Intellectual Property Protocol Unveiled

We Can’t Achieve Food Justice if We Don’t Prioritize Soil Health

Celebrating a Sustainable, Plastic-Free Valentines Day

Op-Ed | The Smart Pantry Offers Solutions for Students Facing Food Insecurity

Empowering Women Researchers in West and Central Africa

The OSC Packaging Collaborative Is Seeking Innovative Solutions to Cut Waste

Serving Up Success: Chefs in Schools Transforming NYC’s Public School Lunches

Bridging Seas to Sustainability: WTO’s ‘Fish Month’ Pushes Against Fishing Subsidies

WTO’s Fish Month tackles global overfishing issues and works towards sustainable fishing practices by regulating subsidies and addressing overcapacity.

Krill Fishing Boom May Threaten Antarctic Predators and Climate Crisis Mediation

As the krill fishing industry expands across the aquaculture and pharmaceuticals industry, scientists express concerns that these sectors will decrease krill’s carbon sink capacity and create competition for krill’s natural predators.

Battle for Biodiversity: AfCFTA’s Intellectual Property Protocol Unveiled

The specific objectives will aim to promote coherent intellectual property rights policy and a harmonized system of intellectual property protection in Africa. But some civil society groups worry about the implications for smallholder farmers.

We Can’t Achieve Food Justice if We Don’t Prioritize Soil Health

There’s so much that each of us can do to build a stronger foundation for the world’s food and agriculture systems.

Celebrating a Sustainable, Plastic-Free Valentines Day

Plastic-free and planet-friendly meals and experiences can be used to show love for others and the Earth this Valentines Day.

Op-Ed | The Smart Pantry Offers Solutions for Students Facing Food Insecurity

An estimated 40 percent of CUNY students in New York City face food insecurity.

Empowering Women Researchers in West and Central Africa

Women need better access to and control over resources like agricultural technologies, land, quality seeds, inputs, and more.

The OSC Packaging Collaborative Is Seeking Innovative Solutions to Cut Waste

The OSC Packaging Collaborative wants to remove petroleum-based plastics through the development and scaling of compostable and renewable alternatives.

Serving Up Success: Chefs in Schools Transforming NYC’s Public School Lunches

Over the next two years, the 62 WITS chefs will reach all 1,200 public schools in NYC. The chefs have already begun training cafeteria staff, sampling recipes with students, and teaching students how to make the lunches.

Harvesting Health: The Role of Herbal Medicine in Food and Agriculture Systems

Herbal medicine experts discussed the growing interest in plant-based medicine, the role of herbal medicine in food systems, and the potential benefits these products can have on human and planetary health.

Food Recovery Network Teams Up with Local Students to Recover Surplus Food During Super Bowl LVIII

During last year’s Super Bowl, Food Recovery Network diverted enough food to produce more than 2,400 meals for those in need.

Examining Dollar Stores: Health, Community, and Food Access

A recent report shows there are opportunities to use dollar stores’ position in the community to increase access to healthy foods.

Building Resilience Through Localization in West and Central Africa

CORAF’s regional initiatives seek to build resilience by “embracing all at once” interconnected issues including market access, trade, women’s equity, and the empowerment of youth.

These 20 Books Are Your Guide to the Past, Present, and Future of Food and Ag

These books are starting points to explore new topics and go down new pathways as you deepen your understanding of food and agriculture.

Overcoming Barriers to Food Access Through Digital Grocery Solutions

Grocery retailers are recognizing that Online SNAP Online doesn’t just bring the benefit of convenience. It also helps eaters shop for groceries with dignity.

The Rockefeller Foundation and HHS Look to Accelerate the Adoption of Food is Medicine

The Rockefeller Foundation is committing an additional US$80 million to Food is Medicine programs.

Revolutionizing Access to Local Food: How Local Foods Mohawk Valley is Pioneering Online Farmers Markets

Local Foods Mohawk Valley is supporting farmers and increasing access to local food with their year-round online farmers market.

Maine Lobster Industry Faces off against Conservationists over Whale Protections

The Maine lobster industry won a reprieve from new federal regulations aimed at protecting the endangered North Atlantic right whale.

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