Through behavioral nudges and technology, a resort and entertainment company is working to cut plate waste in employee dining areas by 35 percent.
Since changing their livestock practices, farmers Benjamin and Bryanna Harner say it is rewarding to see happier, calmer pigs.
On November 8, UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) attendees including national-level stakeholders and civil society groups gathered at the Ubiquitous Chip restaurant in Glasgow, Scotland for Eat4Change, a dinner to celebrate the power of food to transform people and planet.…
Climate change is having an increasingly negative impact on global food security, and these impacts are falling disproportionately on women.
Even if all other sectors decarbonize completely, carbon emissions from food systems alone would use nearly all of the emissions budget for both 1.5°C and 2°C goals.
Grasslands and savannahs represent some of the world’s richest and most diverse land areas, yet the importance of these ecosystems has long been ignored.
Especially in the last decade, the discourse surrounding the meat sector often oversimplifies a complex ecosystem down to good actors versus bad actors.
Taking these projects from vision to reality means bringing food systems to the forefront of global conversations surrounding climate.
The global population consumes about US$9 trillion of food each year, but the external cost of that food is more than double that—US$19.8 trillion.
The film shows how the fight for climate action will also be a battle for food sovereignty, racial justice, and gender equality around the world through the narrative of Anita Chitaya, a small farmer and local leader in the village of Bwabwa, Malawi.