Pete Pearson leads zero-waste programming at the World Wildlife Fund, trying to understand how to create a food system that is efficient and balanced with nature.
Farm Radio Trust’s is organizing farmer “listening groups” and developing local radio broadcasts on agricultural development issues in Malawi, a country in East Africa.
Brian Roe spoke to Food Tank about the potential gains from food waste reduction: improving local and global food security, improving our stewardship of natural resources and the environment, and improving the economic efficiency of farms, businesses, and households.
A new IFPRI report examines climate change’s effect on nutrition and how a “climate-smart, nutrition-sensitive” food system, as well as mitigation and adaptation strategies, can reduce morbidity and mortality.
BlueCart seeks to democratize technology, ensuring that businesses of all sizes can benefit from it, allowing buyers and sellers to focus on the essence of their industry: hospitality.
The Earth Institute at Columbia University is seeking applicants for their Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Sustainable Development.
Food Tank has curated 17 books to educate, inform, and inspire readers while the temperature cools. Whether you’re in the mood for a memoir, biography, history, or critical analysis, we hope these books will stimulate readers working toward a better food system for all. Happy harvest!
Tony Hillery founded Harlem Grown to address the health and academic challenges facing public elementary school students in Harlem.
Jordan Figueiredo writes about introducing fun, character, and nutrition-filled “ugly” produce in schools or at home, making it more fun for children to eat healthy fruits and veggies.