Food Tank had the opportunity to talk with BCFN Alumni Sujardin Syarifuddin about why it’s important that youth are active participants in shaping the future of global food systems.
Owl’s Nest farmer and D.C. Food Summit speaker Liz Whitehurst shares her advice on ways that we can all become more connected to our local food systems and each other through community supported agriculture and cooking.
New Netflix true-crime documentary series Rotten exposes the corruption and controversies that underlie the global food and agriculture industry.
Author and illustrator Chris Newman is teaching children about food waste and positive body image in his colorful picture book The Perfectly Wonky Carrot.
“If we want to continue to develop as a society, we need to be more resourceful and conscious of the resources we use and to use them in a more sustainable way,” says Justin Kamine, Co-Founder and Partner of KDC Ag.
The Twitter chat is part of the Food Sustainability Media Award, which recognizes excellence in reporting and communicating issues related to the paradoxes of hunger and obesity, food and fuel, and starvation and waste.
Ann Tutwiler discusses report from Bioversity International on connections between agrobiodiversity and nutrition, sustainability, food security, conservation, and resilience.
Justin Kamine, Co-Founder and Partner of KDC Ag, believes looking to nature to form large scale infrastructure solutions is the quickest and most effective way eliminate food waste.
BCFN Alumni Gianna Bonis-Profumo research explores the link between women’s empowerment in agriculture and household nutrition outcomes in Timor-Leste.
Clare Miflin founded Woven, a consultancy dedicated to weaving together urban and natural systems; metrics and vision; people and place, creating whole system designs that reduce material consumption.