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.
Interdisciplinary collaboration can help to expand agroecology, which has the potential to feed the growing population and sustainably nourish future generations.
Incentivizing American organic grain production can help reduce synthetic fertilizer use and import dependencies while generating farmer income and healthier soil.
GRACE Communications Foundation helps individuals and policy makers reduce the water footprint of food by providing education on how to make choices that waste less water through the Water Footprint of Food Quiz and Guide.
Regenerative agriculture is a win-win-win solution that is good for climate mitigation, ecological resilience, and adaptation.
OFRF hopes the report helps to empower organic producers to grow and continue to implement climate-friendly practices.
Regenerative Organic Certification was designed to raise the bar for farmers, food producers, and brands.
The Global Alliance for the Future of Food recently found that almost all countries overlook critical demand-side measures to integrate food systems transformation into climate policies.