Elizabeth S. Eaton
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Elizabeth S. Eaton is a research and writing fellow at Food Tank. She has a BA in Journalism from the University of Arizona and has written about sustainable agriculture, immigration and astronomy. Most recently, she was a reporter for the biotechnology trade publication BioCentury.

Fighting Climate Change With Food

Learn more about local and global actions you can take to lead a more climate-friendly lifestyle.

Youth Leaders Campaigning for 17 Food System Actions at UN Pre-Summit

The Act4Food Act4Change global campaign grew out of youth-led pledge in Bangladesh to promote healthy eating.

Digitally Empowering Workers, from Land to Sea

Before Envisible, the company’s co-founders developed an app that helped Indonesian fishers reduce their time at sea.

Can Transparent Supply Chains Empower Consumers?

Envisible uses sensor technology to record and verify the freshness of its seafood products.

Global Accelerator Accepting Applications for Food System Solutions

Good Food Makers is a partnership between Barilla’s accelerator group, BLU1877, and the San Francisco-based incubator KitchenTown.

Supreme Court Rules Against California Farm Workers and Unions

Supreme Court decision could make it more difficult for union organizers to recruit farm workers in California.

Transparency, Technology, and the Sea: The Story of Envisible

Seafood supply chains are notoriously opaque, but technology company Envisible aims to make the industry more transparent.

GrownBy Connects Farmers and Eaters with Local Farms and Food

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of online purchasing, as well as the stabilizing role of farms in local food systems.

Online SNAP Could Broaden Access, but More Work Needed First

Living outside delivery ranges and limited broadband make it harder for rural SNAP participants to use online purchasing options.

Apeel Acquires ImpactVision, Furthering Goal of Reducing Global Food Waste

Apeel’s new imaging technology will help food producers, distributors and consumers have a better picture of when produce is ripe, and how long it will stay fresh.