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.

26 Films Every Food Activist Must Watch

Food Tank has selected 26 incredible films educating audiences about changes being made – or that need to be made – in the food system.

Innovations in Farming Fighting Food Waste Around the World

While food waste is a global problem, farmers worldwide are stepping up to offer solutions.

Innovations and Cooperation for World Water Week

During World Water Week, Food Tank will highlight research and innovations that are working to conserve water resources and make clean water available to all.

Back to School: 14 Initiatives Educating Youth About Agriculture

These 14 initiatives all over the world that are educating youth about agriculture, and creating a genuine interest in safe, sustainable, and healthy food.

Nutrition Champion Awards 2013 Will Celebrate Unsung Heroes in the Field

Research to Action’s guest post announces that the Nutrition Champion Awards will celebrate the unsung heroes working in the nutrition development field.

Saying Yes to Women’s Empowerment with BlueAvocado

BlueAvocado is a sustainable business empowering women micro-entrepreneurs across the world.

Danielle Reports Back

While climate change poses a serious threat to farming all over the world, I’m mostly feeling hopeful about—and invigorated by—the future of agriculture.

Family Farming is the Key to Alleviating Hunger and Poverty

Food Tank and FAO are highlighting effective ways to provide family farmers with the tools they need to really nourish the world.

Twelve Athletes Fighting to Change the Food System

These 12 athletes are doing their part to make sure that no one is limited by hunger, malnutrition, or obesity-related health problems.

BCFN Young Earth Solutions! Ideas to Change the Food System!

The deadline of the BCFN YES! has been extended to August 1, 2013, so there’s still plenty of time to enter submissions!