During the U.N. Food Systems Summit Stocktaking Moment, speakers underscored the resilience of farmers markets.
Recognizing the validity of different scientific practices and diverse sources of evidence can help promote much needed change in the food system.
Research finds that 11 million people die prematurely due to unhealthy diets each year. Healthy foods must be available, affordable, and accessible for all.
Members of the U.N. Food Systems Champions Network highlighted the need for a systems-approach to bring meaningful change to food systems.
Too often youth are under-represented or they are excluded from decisions that impact their future.
Civil society organizations, scientists and Indigenous peoples are taking a stand against UN Food Systems Summit’s agenda.
The Global Alliance for the Future of Food (GA) recently published a sign-on letter encouraging eaters and policymakers alike to recognize the true costs of food. By embracing True Cost Accounting (TCA), GA believes that global leaders can help ensure…