At the Nexus of Climate Change and Global Hunger, Equity Is Key

A new report reveals the importance of cultivating equality in solutions to hunger and climate change.

International Permaculture Conference: Designing the World We Want

600 people came together in London to discuss permaculture, agriculture, and more.

A New Social Experiment Driven by Food: L.A. Kitchen Opens for Service

Food powers a new social experiment for Robert Egger and the New L.A. Kitchen.

Farmer Spotlight: Elizabeth Mcharo Shines On Her Farm in Tanzania.

Food Tank spotlights Tanzanian farmer Elizabeth Charles Mcharo.

Food Waste on Twitter: Lots of Talk, But Can We Get Some Action?

How can online activists translate hashtags into action?

Promoting and Supporting Local Independent Farms in South Carolina

Lowcountry Local First is working to promote and support new local independent farms through advocacy and education.

Rejected: Almost Half of Food Grown in Kenya for Europe is Wasted

Food waste isn’t just a problem of mass consumption in Western countries, it’s also affecting farmers across the Global South.

Produce Incentives Expand from Farmers’ Markets to Grocery Stores

Grocers feel the double-up power of local produce and low-income shoppers.

Legendary Leader Wes Jackson to Step Down as President From Land Institute

The year marks the 40th anniversary of the non-profit organization.

Food Industry Responds to Consumer Demand for Fewer Artificial Ingredients

Consumer demand for fewer artificial ingredients is changing the way the industry works.

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