On November 8, UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) attendees including national-level stakeholders and civil society groups gathered at the Ubiquitous Chip restaurant in Glasgow, Scotland for Eat4Change, a dinner to celebrate the power of food to transform people and planet.…
By selling meals at a 50 percent discount and distributing them through local charities, Tekeya is working to keep unsold food out of landfills.
Grasslands and savannahs represent some of the world’s richest and most diverse land areas, yet the importance of these ecosystems has long been ignored.
Taking these projects from vision to reality means bringing food systems to the forefront of global conversations surrounding climate.
The global population consumes about US$9 trillion of food each year, but the external cost of that food is more than double that—US$19.8 trillion.
“Cooking is an act of showing up in the world, of caring for ourselves and for others,” writes Beth Dooley in The Perennial Kitchen, her new cookbook showcasing local, seasonal, sustainable recipes like this oat and squash risotto.
The popup kitchen in Boston, Massachusetts combines Iraqi and Jewish cuisines to celebrate history, stories, and traditions.
Brooklyn-based chef and artist Jen Monroe envisions how environmental degradation will affect the future of food.