The IPCC Synthesis Report notes that incorporating knowledge from Indigenous Peoples and local communities is essential to ensuring locally appropriate, socially acceptable solutions.
Bringing Regenerative Agriculture Back to Indigenous Communities
By offering support and knowledge to Indigenous communities, the organization K’allam’p is working to inspire resilient food systems while strengthening the sovereignty of the Andean people of Ecuador. K’allam’p (pronounced ka-jahm-pah) aims to promote regenerative, holistic land management as well…
Centering Gender Equity to Bring the World Back into Balance
Women, particularly those in Indigenous communities around the world, have been working the land for generations and know what works, says Chief Caleen Sisk.
Food Systems Visionaries Maintain Hope for the Future
“I honestly believe our best days aren’t behind us,” says Matte Wilson of the Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative. “They’re ahead of us.”
EAT-Lancet 2.0 Commission Revises Guidance for Healthy, Diverse Diets, and Sustainable Food Systems
The EAT-Lancet 2.0 Commission held a press conference to update the public on their forthcoming report, which will include goals for healthy diets and sustainable food systems.
New Book Lifts Up Traditional Farming Practices as a Solution to the Climate Crisis
Healing Grounds highlights traditional farming practices that can build resilience in response to climate change.
“We’ve Broken the System Because We Don’t Ask Very Basic Questions About Where Things Come From,” Niyanta Spelman Says
Panelists call on consumers to ask the right questions about where their food comes from and the impact of agricultural practices on future generations.
A-dae Romero-Briones: “We have to recognize that we are all living, breathing stories”
Filmmakers need to have experience in philanthropy and an established network to tell these types of stories, says Director Sanjay Rawal, and this means that “the right people to tell the stories usually aren’t the ones telling the stories.”
New Mexican Farm and Nonprofit Fights for Restorative Changes to Industrial Food System
La Semilla Food Center, a New Mexico-based nonprofit, champions food sovereignty and sustainable farming practices in the Paso del Norte region.