Food Tank

To Slow Climate Change, We Must Reimagine What It Means to Eat Like an American

Frances Moore Lappé calls the American fascination with animal protein “a fixation.” To mitigate climate change, it’s time for U.S. consumers to reassess their consumption patterns.

UK Announces Pilot of Highly Protected Marine Areas

The UK will identify five sites to pilot Highly Protected Marine Areas in 2022 in order to increase protection of marine life and habitats.

National Climate Leadership on Healthy and Sustainable Diets: A Win-win for People and Planet

Climate action plans required by the Paris Agreement are a strategic opportunity to center food systems in government policies.

New Initiative Aims to Improve Transparency and Inclusivity in the Food System

Journey Foods is launching a new collaboration with universities to support student researchers in food tech.

10 Projects Increasing the Resilience of Urban Food Systems

From La Paz to Mezitli, these cities are home to projects that are nourishing eaters and making food systems more sustainable.

Spanish Chef Introduces a Seagrass Grain to Help Solve Climate Crisis

Spanish Chef, Ángel León investigates the culinary prospects of a seagrass grain, which he believes can help fight climate change.

Sustainable Chocolate Company Cru Shares the Story of Cacao

Karla McNeil-Rueda’s sustainable company, Cru, works to empower women farmers while honoring the origins of chocolate.

Mexico’s Highest Court Rejects Appeal of GM Corn Ban

According to the citizen group Demanda Colectiva, the decision is a win for peasants, Indigenous communities, and consumers.

‘Inflamed’ Makes the Case for Deep Medicine

Rupa Marya and Raj Patel unpack how injustice is making the world sick.

NYU Announces Danielle Nierenberg as Scholar-in-Residence

Food Tank’s President will join the Scholar-in-Residence program as part of Steinhardt’s Nutrition and Food Studies department.