Policy and Organizing

White House Announces Second-Ever Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

More than 180 organizations called on the White House to reinstate the Conference.

African Community Leaders Tell Congress: Stop Funding African Green Revolution

Research into AGRA shows that the billion-dollar effort to double yields and incomes by 2020 for 30 million small-scale farming households has failed.

Companies Urge Congress to Help Fight Food Waste

If passed, the Food Donation Improvement Act can help to cut food waste and address food insecurity.

Memoir Recounts Landmark Case that Helped Save Family Farmers

The book follows Sarah Vogel’s journey in the 1980s as she represented more than 245,000 farmers in a historical lawsuit that radically reformed how the USDA treats farmers.

The Coalition Fighting to Save Independent Restaurants

Chef and food advocate Tom Colicchio talks about the future of the hospitality industry and the changing culture of restaurants and explains why the issue of food waste is “low hanging fruit.”

Rockefeller Foundation Commits $105M to New Good Food Strategy

The Strategy marks the Foundation’s largest commitment to nutrition in its 109-year history.

From Emergency to Resilience: Building a Better Food System for New York City

Food system advocates and policymakers called for changes that support farmers, address system inequities, and take a holistic approach to food systems.

ReFED Relaunches Digital Database to Combat Food Waste

ReFED updated its Food Waste Policy Finder, an online database of policy at the federal, state, and local levels pertaining to food waste prevention, recovery, and recycling.

Congress Should Pull the Plug on USAID’S Failing African Green Revolution

U.S. Congress should shift funding toward more promising ecological programs that will support farmers.

Leading Youth Food Campaigner Launches Global Manifesto to Mend ‘Broken Food System’

The global food system is the primary driver of biodiversity loss. Young people are calling for change.