Climate Change

Building a Network of Farmers and Stewards of the Land

Practical Farmers of Iowa is working tirelessly to build a network of farmers to help share sustainable practices.

2015 Fuller Challenge Winner: GreenWave Will Scale Out 3D Ocean Farming

GreenWave will scale out a 3D ocean farming model to restore ocean biodiversity and spur coastal job creation.

At the Nexus of Climate Change and Global Hunger, Equity Is Key

A new report reveals the importance of cultivating equality in solutions to hunger and climate change.

Lessons From the Camel Culture of Rajasthan, India

Food Tank recently had the chance to interview Dr. Ilse Köhler-Rollefson, international activist and advocate for livestock culture.

Chef Acheson Serves Up Endangered Species and Fresh Perspective

Chef Hugh Acheson surprises diners by serving an endangered species.

Building the Resilience of African Rural Communities to Disasters and Crisis

In Africa, agriculture supports the livelihoods of over 800 million people (80 percent of the population), providing employment for around 60 percent of the economically active population and 70 percent of the poorest (around 270 million people). Smallholder farmers, pastoralists…

Helping Farming Thrive in the Hudson Valley

Glynwood operates a number of programs to help farming thrive and ensure its viability in the Hudson Valley region.

New Toolkit Works To Improve Resilience of Latin American Farmers

A new toolkit for agroecology in Latin America will help small farmers combat climate change in the region.

Don’t Farm Naked

Traditional cover cropping techniques that enrich soil, protect staple crops from disease, and prevent erosion are being rediscovered.

Saving California Agriculture Through Innovative Solutions

The California Climate and Agriculture Network is working toward better agriculture and environmental policies in California and the United States.