Nine Innovative Ways Food Workers are Fighting for More Justice

Food justice to workers and eaters is an essential aspect of the Global Food Movement. Here are 10 organizations fighting for food and food production equality.

Changing the Way Chicago Produces Greens

Chicago-based company uses innovative farming methods to produce fresh, local greens while minimizing environmental impact.

Goldman Environmental Prize Recipient: Rossano Ercolini

Goldman Prize winner, Rossano Ercolini fought to keep a waste incinerator from being built in his village and advocated for sustainable waste management.

10 Ways to Consume Food More Locally

Eating more local and seasonal foods can be easy, inexpensive and tasty! Here are 10 ways to eat more local food.

Food Hero Series: Larry Jacobs, NRDC Growing Green Organic Farming Pioneer

Food hero Larry Jacobs, a pioneer in the organic food movement, is an NRDC Growing Green winner of the Food Leader award.

Navdanya: Saving Seeds to Save a Culture

Navdanya and its female seed savers work towards the preservation of India’s culture and agriculture.

Fast Food Forward Speeds Ahead with Labor Strikes

A new campaign supports low-wage fast food workers’ fight for higher wages and unionization

Ashoka Changemakers Announces “Nutrients for All” Competition

Ashoka Changemakers, the largest organization of social entrepreneurs, is launching a new competition entitled Nutrients for All: Vitality for People and the Pl

IYFF: Using the Sun to Empower Women and Help Family Farmers

This IYFF post features three international campaigns working to use solar technology to help family farms.

Goldman Environmental Prize Recipient for Sustainable Development: Nohra Padilla

Goldman Prize winner, Nohra Padilla, fought for workers rights and recycling policy in Bogota, Colombia.