University of Washington Professor Works to End Landlessness

Professor Roy Prosterman of the University of Washington has been advocating for the cause of the rural poor in the developing world since the 1960s.

Farming Cooperatives in Haiti: A Chance to Advance

Three years after the devastating earthquake, farming cooperatives allow farmers opportunities for success and advancement.

Students and Corporation Partner to Make Real Progress for Real Food

The Real Food Challenge and Sodexo sign agreement to make university food supply chains more transparent.

Food Shift: Reducing Waste, Strengthening Communities

This guest post from Food Shift describes how the organization is bringing the issue of food waste – and how to resolve it – front and center.

A Revolution from the Ground Up

This guest post from Landesa describes how the Kenya Justice Project is aimed at making rural communities more aware of women’s new rights.

Digging up the dirt on our food system: Wenonah Hauter discusses new book at book signing

Join Food & Water Watch’s Executive Director Wenonah Hauter as she challenges the American public to take a deeper look at the failing food system.

Weeds Make Their Way from Garden to Gourmet

Weeds are becoming increasingly popular with reputable chefs and are making their way into farmers’ markets and grocery stores alike.

Studies Show Exposure to Certain Chemicals May Increase Risk of Obesity

Recent studies show that improper diet and exercise may not be the only factors contributing to the obesity epidemic.

13 Books on the Food System That Could Save the Environment

Check out these 13 books that identify and explain the problems in the food system—and how to make changes in it.

Ireland Developing Many Initiatives for Preventing Food Waste

Ireland is tackling food waste head-on by providing food waste prevention tools and education to companies and individuals.