Danielle Nierenberg
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Danielle Nierenberg is President of Food Tank and an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues. She has written extensively on gender and population, the spread of factory farming in the developing world and innovations in sustainable agriculture.

16 Successful Projects Highlighting Permaculture Use

These organizations feature innovative and sustainable examples of permaculture use.

Voting is Open for the 2015 Real Food Media Contest Short Films!

The 2015 Real Food Media Contest invited a new crop of films under four minutes that tell unique stories about food, farming, and sustainability.

10 Ways You Can Fight for Fair Labor Practices in America’s Fields

Food Chains director Sanjay Rawal and producer Smriti Keshari on worker-driven movements, how consumers contribute, and film as a tool for change.

10 Amazing Food Co-ops Across America

Many co-ops have been around since the 1970s, but some have opened recently to serve communities with unusual needs or to eliminate food deserts.

23 Mobile Apps Changing the Food System

These 23 mobile apps are helping eaters, gardeners, and food enthusiasts live more environmentally sustainable, less wasteful, healthy, and delicious lives.

66 Instagram Accounts Helping Cultivate a Better Food System!

One of the fastest-growing social media networks is Instagram– Food Tank highlights 66 Instagram accounts cultivating a better food system!

25 Indigenous Fruits and Vegetables Promoting Health All Over the World

Many indigenous fruits and vegetables are in danger of abandonment and extinction. People are trying to catalogue as many traditional varieties as possible.

Promoting Crop Diversity and Protecting Indigenous Farmers’ Rights

The Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR) supports the implementation of farmers’ rights at local and national levels.

Are Cocoa Companies Offering a Trick or a Treat?

A new report from Oxfam America evaluates cocoa companies’ commitment gender equality.

Election 2014: GMO Labeling Initiatives Defeated, but Momentum Continues

Voters rejected GMO labeling ballot initiatives in Oregon and Colorado – only the latest in ongoing efforts to pass GMO labeling measures at the state level.