Sandy Carter
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Sandy Carter holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Political Science from the University of Chicago. She recently served as a research intern for Food Tank in 2014. Sandy now works on Great Lakes issues in Chicago and is passionate about food, renewable energy, and mitigating climate change.

International Agroecology Forum to Address Food Security

The International Forum on Agroecology in Mali in 2015 strives to promote agroecology as one solution to food security.

New iPhone App Strives to Increase Food Access in New Orleans

New iPhone app has the potential to increase food security in New Orleans, Louisiana.

10 Ways to Grow a Better Food System

When you’ve already gone beyond the easy things, here are ten more things you can do to support a sustainable food system.

This 2,000 Hectare Farm in the Desert Feeds Most of Jordan

In the deserts of South Jordan, modern and ancient farming techniques are allowing efficient crop growth.

Kellogg Commits To Tackle Climate Change

After a campaign by Oxfam with over 200,000 supporters, Kellogg is committing to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

10 Innovative Urban Agriculture Projects in San Diego, California

San Diego, California is home to a cornucopia of innovative and inspiring urban agriculture initiatives.

Grow Asia: New Initiative to Tackle Agricultural Problems

World Economic Form initiated the Grow Asia program this May to develop new partnerships to address food security in Southeast Asia.

Farmers Are Planting the First Commercial Hemp Crops since 1970

After four decades, commercial hemp is no longer a controlled substance.

Island Farmers Become Energy Producers

In 2007, Samso became the first 100 percent renewable energy powered island. Now, residents are moving towards organic agriculture and away from fossil fuels.

Starting Sustainability Early Breeds Success

After twenty years, sustainable agriculture and energy production continue to help a small Italian town prosper.