Empowering the Future Players of the Food System

Young Professionals for Agricultural Development provides a network of youth-to-youth interaction and knowledge sharing.

116 Orgs You Might Not Have Heard About, But Should Know in 2016

This year, Food Tank is featuring 116 organizations you may not have heard about, but should look out for over the new year.

What Will a UNESCO City of Gastronomy Do for Tucson and for Other Cities?

Tucson, Arizona is using food and farming innovations to fuel the recovery of a lagging urban economy.

Learning Lunchrooms: We Can Change School Food, But Can We Change the Ideology?

It’s about time we made the lunchroom a place of learning, just like every other room in the school. Here’s how it can be done.

Leafy Greens? Head to Terminal 3

Airports are guiding the way in dishing out plant-based advice in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

IFAD Reveals Inadequate News Coverage of Climate Threats

IFAD released a new report at COP21 revealing the missing links between climate change and migration in major news coverage.

Defending the Right to Food at the World Trade Organization

Trade ministers from around the world are concluding a contentious week of negotiations in Nairobi, Kenya under the WTO’s Doha Development Round.

Meat, Paris, and Next Steps

What was off the radar—almost taboo, even—at the Climate Talks in Paris (COP21) was the topic of meat consumption.

Food-X Brings Growth to Start-Ups Affecting Positive Change in the Food System

Find out what businesses shaking up the food system are on the rise.

Investing in Agroecology: Study Reveals Lack of Funding for Sustainable Ag Research

A new study quantifies the amount of U.S. Department of Agriculture dollars funding sustainable agriculture research and development.