Milan Expo 2015: Six Months to Define a New Food Agenda

The 2015 Milan Expo began in May and for the first time in the Expo’s history, nutrition and sustainable food will be at the center of the debate.

Maria Finn: Rethinking Our Relationship with Art, Food, and the Sea

Autodesk 2014 artist-in-residence Maria Finn discusses her art, her food, and the ocean’s role in both.

California Farmers Use Carbon Sequestration to Reverse Climate Change

Farmers in California are using carbon sequestration to improve soil health, diversify plant life, and reverse climate change.

The Future of Rice: An Interview with Caryl Levine of Lotus Foods on SRI Initiatives

Caryl Levine, co-founder of Lotus Foods Inc. shares her work with SRI Initiatives.

Ben Simon: Imperfect Produce May Be the Bay Area’s Perfect Solution

Food Tank talks with Ben Simon about Imperfect Produce, a new food recovery project that plans to give consumers access to affordable, ugly produce.

Join the Fight for Food Education! #FoodRevolutionDay

May 15th is Food Revolution Day, and Jamie Oliver is asking us to join the fight for food education for every child.

Japanese School Lunch: It’s Not Just About the Food

Educators is Japan emphasize meals as a time for reflection and appreciation: not only savoring the food itself, but a time to reflect on the events of the day.

Costa Rica’s Pineapple Monopoly Not So Sweet

Costa Rica supplies 60 percent of worldwide pineapple exports—yet it also creates environmental problems that are increasingly hard to ignore.

The Stop Community Food Centre: Empowering People in Need

The Stop Community Food Centre in Toronto empowers low-income people through food.

Growing A Future: The Green Shoots Foundation Works to Empower Cambodian Youth through Agriculture

The Green Shoots Foundation’s Food & Agriculture and Social Entrepreneurship initiative is inspiring change in communities in Southeast Asia.