Chefs have the power to steer the conversation toward regenerative agriculture, a practice that gives back to the Earth and yields more nutritious, tastier ingredients.
On St. Helena Island, Muloma Heritage Center is creating a space to celebrate and teach visitors about the foodways of the African Diaspora.
IndigeHub is working to empower Indigenous communities, helping them develop self-sufficiency and long-term success.
By telling eaters the story behind their food, chefs can help others understand how their dietary choices impact the environment.
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Everyone has a role to play in addressing food loss and waste, say experts at the U.N. Climate Change Conference.
Guided by support and training, chefs are pushing for better policies that will help themselves, their industry, and food systems as a whole.