These organizations, movements, and projects are transforming the way people nourish themselves and their communities worldwide.
Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Michel Nischan, founder and CEO of Wholesome Wave, who was one of the speakers at the 2015 Food Tank Summit
Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Jane Black, journalist for the Washington Post, who was one of the speakers at the 2015 Food Tank Summit.
President Obama acknowledges alarming scientific research pointing to considerable declines in pollinator populations and implements protective policies.
Students under the age of 35 can submit ideas for sustainable solutions in the food supply chain to the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition.
In July 2014, IFAD hosted a four-day workshop to discuss the growing need for nutrient-sensitive agriculture.
Dr. Daphne Miller talks agroecology with Food Tank.
The knowledge of the Māori people in New Zealand is integrated into governmental efforts to address environmental challenges.
On January 21st, 2015, Food Tank, in partnership with Edible DC and Sustainable America, is celebrating Food Tank’s 2nd Anniversary.
Founded in 1968, TechnoServe connects people to the crucial resources they need to lift themselves from poverty.