Executive Director of the Claneil Foundation, Mailee Walker seeks to connect complimentary voices and elevate the power of small actions to make big differences in community health.
M.J. Altman, Editorial Director at World Food Program USA, talks about her background, her work, and her vision for reducing hunger and food waste around the globe.
An interview with Kevin Mullins, co-founder of Food Rescue US, discusses the root of food waste and hunger in America. Mullins tells how creative and simple technology may provide solutions.
Applications are now open for the Food Sustainability Media Award, which recognizes excellence in reporting and communicating issues related to food security, sustainability, agriculture, and nutrition.
Being a refugee is rarely a brief, temporary situation. Urban agriculture and greening innovation can provide sovereignty, empowerment, and dignity in crisis. We spoke with the Lemon Tree Trust, a UKK nonprofit working in refugee camps across the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Forests represent far more than natural resources and goods: they are part of human culture, identity, knowledge, and history, and for those who live in and near to them, they are central to their lives.
Marcos Ezequiel Filardi founded Buenos Aires’ Museo del Hambre with hope that hunger will one day be found only in a museum.
In response to recent research confirming that very few Americans consume pasta in the healthiest ways, The Barilla Group has released a new portion reference guide to help eaters unlock the health benefits of the Italian staple. When prepared in the right ways, pasta can be a central component of a
Interested in turning your food waste into tasty meals? We spoke with The Root Café of Little Rock, Arkansas to show you how to use your food waste and to find out more about their restaurant!
Americans waste more than 165 million kilograms (364 million pounds) of food every day but two-thirds of residential food waste in the United States is edible. Meanwhile, 1 in 8 people in the U.S. do not have regular access to food.