Krill Fishing Boom May Threaten Antarctic Predators and Climate Crisis Mediation

As the krill fishing industry expands across the aquaculture and pharmaceuticals industry, scientists express concerns that these sectors will decrease krill’s carbon sink capacity and create competition for krill’s natural predators.

A New Year and New Opportunities: What’s Next for the Food Movement

On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” hear what lies ahead for the food movement in 2024.

Fostering Student Empowerment through Noosa’s 2024 Youth-Led Summit

Learn how young leaders in Noosa are driving positive change at the 2024 Custodians of Place – Youth Climate Conference, where they’ll share and celebrate their impactful actions for a sustainable future.

Toward Zero Waste: A New National Strategy to Halve Food Loss and Waste by 2030

The new National Strategy emphasizes interagency collaboration to create a more circular economy.

Dispatch From The UN Climate Change Conference: Monday, Dec. 11

At COP28, the food movement showed its strength, demonstrating there are countless pathways to follow and impactful actions to take.

Dispatch from the U.N. Climate Change Conference: Saturday, Dec. 10

Food and agriculture systems are taking center stage at COP28 on Food, Agriculture, and Water Day.

Building a More Sustainable Meat Industry with Data, Partnerships, and Collaboration

The North American Meat Institute is prioritizing data sharing to help meat companies transition to more sustainable practices.

Op-Ed | Diving into the Deep End of Regenerative Agriculture

Philanthropy can help tilt the incentives needed to usher in a regenerative and agroecological transition centering farmers and landscape stewards.

Op-Ed | Look to Local Food Policies for Climate Hope

Pioneering local governments are transforming food systems in their communities, showing the world that change is possible.

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