At COP27, speakers embrace the nuance involved in building a more sustainable and equitable food system. There is no one solution.
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.
WWF released a new report and platform that outlines key actions for transforming global food systems and meeting climate goals.
With accurate data, it’s possible to make significant reductions in food waste and protect the planet.
Food systems are contributing to the climate crisis, but they can also be part of the solution.
Food waste research organization ReFED is granting US$1 million during the month of May to save 10 million pounds of food—enough for 8.3 million meals. Their goal is to grant US$10 million total throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to create longer-lasting change.
In honor of Earth Day, April 22nd, Food Tank is highlighting five high-impact actions each person can take to eat as if the planet mattered. Eating as if the planet matters means eating more healthful foods, wasting less food, helping reverse climate change, and reducing the rates of overfishing and overexploitation of soils. These changes can also help consumers save money and build more resilient, fun, and beautiful communities.