Vermont combates food waste and goes further than any other state to integrate composting into the state’s waste management plan.
Ireland is tackling food waste head-on by providing food waste prevention tools and education to companies and individuals.
Women Deliver 2013: Food Tank highlights seven innovations in Central and South America improving food security and empowering women.
These seven initiatives across North America are working to protect gender equality and encourage women’s participation in agriculture and the food system.
This International Year of Family Farming post features three international campaigns that educate consumers about the importance of smallholder farmers.
U.S. universities are adopting policies that reduce campus food waste and divert surplus waste to composting or food banks.
FANRPAN, based in South Africa, is doing innovative work engaging engaging a variety of stakeholders, including young people to improve global food security
In January of 2013, Bolivian President Evo Morales signed a new law that declared that family farming is of “public and national interest.”
This International Year of Family Farming series post features three small farmer groups that are helping farmers to succeed by pooling knowledge and resources.