Morgane Batkai
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Morgane Batkai is a French-American Research and Writing Fellow at Food Tank who has lived in the US and across Europe.
She earned her B.A. in Cultural Studies at the University of Kent in the U.K. and her M.A. in Food Politics at the European School of Political and Social Sciences in Lille, France. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Open Universiteit where she studies how social learning can promote resilience in small-scale agriculture. Her research interests include food sovereignty, environmental and social justice, and sustainable agriculture.

Memoir Recounts Landmark Case that Helped Save Family Farmers

The book follows Sarah Vogel’s journey in the 1980s as she represented more than 245,000 farmers in a historical lawsuit that radically reformed how the USDA treats farmers.

These 19 Companies Are Ditching Plastic Packaging

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Project Boosts Biodiversity and Profits in Spanish Olive Groves

A project in Spain uses regenerative agriculture to restore biodiversity and improve profitability in olive groves.

European Commission Commits to Phasing Out Caged Farming

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122 Organizations Transforming Food Systems in 2022

Food Tank is rounding up 122 organizations pushing for more resilient and equitable food systems.

New Book Shows How To Build Resilient Restaurants

Recently released Ten Year Plan details the importance of having a long-term plan for restauranteurs to handle short-term crises.

Nutrition Summit Pledges US$27 Billion To Tackle Global Malnutrition

The Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 aims to tackle global malnutrition in all its forms with commitments from participating countries and stakeholders.

The Lexicon’s Initiative Highlights Farafena’s Work with Smallholder Farmers

Farafena, a Vancouver-based company, is supporting women smallholder farmers in Mali, developing local economies, and committing to transparent supply chains.

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