Urban food forests may not be new, but in New York, the Swale floating food forest takes advantage of the city’s waterways to get fresh food to even more neighborhoods.
With food in short supply, Venezuela Venezuela have been asked to start their own urban gardens. Can Venezuela urban gardens really feed a hungry nation?
Lovin’ Spoonfuls collects the food and shares it with more than 50 food sharing programs that help feed hungry people.
A food waste grocery store in Denmark is taking a fresh approach to fighting food waste.
Making changes (today, even small ones) that can help feed 9 billion by 2050.
A new Duke University study suggests that childhood hunger could have genetic impacts that lasts for generations.
The Robin Hood Army brings still-edible food waste to people who need it. Such a great example of how we can bust food waste and fight hunger at the same time!
Wall Street-worker-turned-food-activist Robert Lee rescues food waste and turns it into nutritious meals for New York’s homeless.
“We need to feed the world” is biotech’s favorite marketing slogan. It paints proponents of sustainable agriculture as extremists who care more about shopping at Whole Foods than helping the hungry. And it’s so, so wrong.
Meet the people who seek out deformed vegetables and ugly fruit — giving them new purpose — and making us laugh. Ugly produce is in the spotlight.
Find out what led me to go around dumpster diving in the first place on this Green Divas Radio Show Green Dude segment. Then read on for more details.
Campus Kitchen is taking leftover food from college cafeterias and local businesses and feeding the hungry.
Fruitcycle founder Elizabeth Bennett believes that “there is no bad fruit.” Here’s how she turned reducing food waste into a viable business plan and social enterprise.