Andy Sharpless spoke with Food Tank to explain why the mantra “eat wild, eat local, eat small fish, and eat shellfish” can save the food system.
This guest post from Farm Sanctuary reveals the extent to which Wal-Mart supports cruelty to animals.
Framing Hunger is a document highlighting multiple concerns regarding the FAO 2012 report, The State of Food Insecurity in the World.
The Community for Zero Hunger launches today as an independent initiative to identify needs and gaps in fighting hunger.
Consumption of palm oil is on the rise, but industry expansion poses threats of environmental damage and unethical labor practices.
Founder of The Land Institute, Wes Jackson, delivers the KU commencement. High morality necessitates the protection of the ecosphere.
These 12 artists have participated in the movement to change the food system, either by teaming up with organizations or influencing their fans to take action.
Millions of people die each year from smoke exposure due to using open cooking fires in their homes; clean, more efficient cookstoves are a viable alternative.
In Sowing Seeds in the Desert, Masanobu Fukuoka tackles much more than superficial solutions to global desertification.
Basil Kransdorff is an Ashoka fellow and creator of e’Pap, a revolutionary pre-prepared foodstuff packed with nutrients. Kransdorff and his wife, Rose, developed e’Pap, which rapidly improves nutrition, energy, and productivity for those consuming it. e’Pap offers repletion based on nutrients rather than empty calories from…