The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) defines urban agriculture as “the growing of plants and the raising of animals within and around cities” to provide fresh food, generate employment, recycle waste, and strengthen cities’ resilience to climate change. As the rate of ur
Only about half of all Americans are aware that food waste is a problem.
Dr. Adam Drewnowski, Director of the Center for Public Health Nutrition at the University of Washington’s School of Public Health, has researched the relationship between climate change and obesity. He spoke with Food tank about this relationship.
Penn State’s PlantVillage, an online forum, provides free access to information about plants and plant disease and provides a database of information about a crop’s description, use, and propagation.
Food Tank spoke with Meghan Carreau, the founder of the new kid-centric meal delivery service, TuckrBox.
Food Tank spoke with JoAnne Berkenkamp, a Senior Advocate in the Food & Agriculture Program at the NRDC, about the problem of food waste.
The World Resources Institute has launched several innovative initiatives to ensure we can feed more than nine billion people by 2050.
Food Tank has put together a list of organizations providing food and nutrition education to children across the world.
Berlin\’92s Restlos Gl\’fccklich utilizes education and example to foster conscious food consumption and stronger food appreciation.
Food Tank spoke with Tony Hillery, the founder of Harlem Grown, about his organization\’92s mission to inspire youth to live healthy, ambitious lives.