Animals

Sustainable Fishing Improves Women’s Health in Madagascar

Local conservationists in Madagascar have found a link between conserving their fisheries and increasing women’s reproductive health.

Lessons For Marine Systems From the Corral

A plan to restore the Atlantic fisheries by applying holistic management principles to the coastal waters.

Innovation for Sustainability: Drying Racks Improve Fish Processing in Burundi

A system of raised drying racks introduced by the FAO has helped improve the livelihood of many in Burundi’s fishing industry.

Food Tank’s Spring Reading List

Food Tank has hand-picked 16 books that have educated, inspired, and informed us for your spring reading list.

Healing the Land, Grazing for Solutions

Allan Savory’s vision for a more sustainable food system, the “Savory Grazing Method,” facing criticism, and his long-term plans for The Savory Institute.

Regressions in Decision-Making and Policy-Setting Procedures Pertaining to Animal Farming

The Center for a Livable Future released its analysis of the impact of the Pew Commission’s report and recommendations. The findings are shocking.

Rethinking Industrial Meat Production

We know meat production takes many resources, but do we have any idea what the limits of all those resources are?

Meat’s large water footprint: why raising livestock and poultry for meat is so resource-intensive

Why revealing the virtual water hidden in meat and explaining its resource-intensity matters; acknowledging the potential problems and limits for ways forward.

New FDA ‘Rules’ Not Likely To Reduce Antibiotic Use On Farm

New FDA “rules” announced Wednesday regarding antibiotic use on farm are a bit of a bait and switch.

40 Chances to Create a Better Food System

Food Tank has compiled a list of 40 individuals and organizations breaking the status quo in food and nutrition security, food sovereignty, and food justice.