Chocothon is a sustainable innovation initiative that aims to empower and connect cocoa farmers, creating new opportunities for them and other value chain stakeholders in cocoa production.
It’s become normal to talk about people as consumers in relation to food. But a new report from UK-based organizations the New Citizenship Project and the Food Ethics Council argues this language and its associated ideas create a fundamental barrier to the change we need.
To celebrate national Farm-to-School Month, Food Tank has compiled a list of 19 unique, innovative, and effective farm-to-school programs from around the globe.
Grow Dat Youth Farm promotes youth leadership, food justice, and sustainability.
The Food and Health Lab discusses their research which challenges institutions, consumers, and food producers to mindfully reduce food waste to improve nutrition for plants and people.
Watch the entire sold-out NYC summit from September 2017, including fireside chats with Kimbal Musk, Dan Barber, Tom Colicchio, Sam Kass, and Tom Vilsack. The entire agenda is below: Food Tank Summit: New York City “Focusing on Food Loss and Food Waste” in partnership with ReFED, The Fin
Focus-group discussions with secondary school students sowing the seeds for sustainable agriculture and rural entrepreneurship in Northwest Cambodia
Project Green Challenge 2016 finalist Hannah Watts speaks about her life changing experience and her transition from a conventional consumer to a conscious consumer and global citizen.
Nutrition requires education and access, which Kimbal Musk addresses through outdoor classrooms in underprivileged communities and a chain of restaurants serving local produce.
Universities Fighting World Hunger and The Campus Kitchens Project, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation, have joined forces to empower students to take action against the 22 million pounds of food waste thrown away on college campuses annually.