Too often, researchers do the science and then bring farmers in after—unsurprisingly, their efforts are rarely successful.
IPCC Synthesis Report: A Final Alarm For Climate, A Final Alarm For Food Systems
The IPCC Synthesis Report notes that incorporating knowledge from Indigenous Peoples and local communities is essential to ensuring locally appropriate, socially acceptable solutions.
Climate Action Must Include Nutrition
The climate crisis exacerbates hunger and malnutrition by threatening the nutritional quality of crops as well as crop productivity.
‘Raw Deal’ Tells All in U.S. Big Meat Exposé
A new book shows the U.S. meat industry, as it currently exists, cannot survive.
Climate Conference Strengthens Agribusiness Support, Leaves Small-Scale Farmers Behind
Advocates worry that initiatives from COP27 are doing more to support industrial agriculture, which will only worsen the climate crisis.
Reimagine and Re:wild Your College Campus
Re:wild Your Campus is reimagining Colleges without toxic herbicides and pesticides.
What’s Next for the Food Movement?
Coming out of COP27, food systems advocates are celebrating their wins, evaluating the shortcomings of the Conference, and preparing for what’s next.
A Model for Bold Agricultural Transformation in Kenya
A coalition in West Pokot County, Kenya, hopes to serve as a model for community-led food systems transformation in other countries.