Transboundary water cooperation is seen as essential to ensure peace and stability in the MENA region.
Denmark’s Minister of Food, Agriculture, and Fisheries is establishing a working group of researchers, government officials, and representatives from leading Danish supermarket brands to create the new label.
Oxfam’s new brief reveals how wealth inequalities, worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, increased food insecurity for society’s most vulnerable.
Loiter, a nonprofit in East Cleveland, Ohio, is reimagining a brighter future founded on economic justice for the city’s residents.
ReFED’s new tool allows users to follow trends in food waste reduction strategies and the financing that drives them.
The Good Food NY Bill would make NYC the first to install a values-based approach to food purchasing.
Food market models can respond to local needs while guaranteeing privacy and freedom of choice.
As demand for locally raised and certified organic meat booms, small farmers are struggling with the scarcity of slaughter facilities.
In Augusta, Maine, fast-food restaurant employees are unionizing for better pay, adequate training, and sanitary work conditions for their crew and community.