For four decades, the Costa Rican village and agricultural cooperative of Longo Maï has worked to resist the expansion of multinational pineapple plantations while defending the land, water, and labor rights of the local community.
In this Instagram Live Panel, Food Tank will welcome Scottish seafood and marine sustainability leaders Phil Taylor, Joan D’Arcy, and Caroline Rye to discuss unsustainable fishing practices in Scotland and opportunities for change.
Our Last Straw and Restore Foodware will host this World Oceans Day panel discussion, featuring innovative community leaders, industry experts, entrepreneurs, and legislators dedicated to reducing plastic pollution in our oceans. Food Tank’s President, Dani Nierenberg, will moderate this panel.
Health experts say that, with proper hygiene, it is safe for coffee shops to make drinks in customers’ reusable mugs.
A recent report published by FoodPrint and the North Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) finds the current expansion of large scale aquaculture is unsustainable and may cause serious harm to traditional fishing structures.
How poultry waste is the largest and fastest growing source of nutrient pollution in North Carolina, what this means for the environment and communities, and a new study with the Environmental Working Group.