Chris Hunt worked for GRACE's food program and blogged for Ecocentric until he left the foundation.
Every movement has its visionaries who push passionately and relentlessly for progress. For the past decade, Tristram Stuart has served this role for the food waste movement. Meet the advocate/activist who created the Feeding the 5000 campaign and thrust food waste into the international spotlight.
NRDC staff scientist Dana Gunders helped put US food waste on the map after publishing a seminal report on the topic in 2012. Since then, she's written a book on the topic, and has remained a tireless leader in the growing movement to reduce US food waste.
In the US, we waste 40 percent of all the food we produce, squandering valuable natural resources and contributing to global climate change. But it's incredibly easy to reduce your own food waste. Learn how here!
Meet Jordan Figueiredo, founder of EndFoodWaste.org and the Ugly Fruit and Veg Campaign, and the first of our anti-food waste heroes. When not working at his day job, Jordan serves as a preeminent leader within the food waste movement, spearheading one of the most influential campaigns to address the problem in the US.
Too often, unsustainable agricultural practices are chosen because their environmental and social costs aren't considered. TEEBAgFood is attempting to apply true cost accounting to food production in order to shape a more sustainable food future.
While many consumers believe that meats and other foods labeled "natural" are produced without hormones, antibiotics, pesticides or GMOs, in reality, the label is virtually meaningless. Join Consumers Union in urging the FDA to fix the misleading "natural" label!
Wendy's is the only major fast food restaurant that has refused to commit to farmworkers' human rights in its supply chain. Tell Wendy's CEO to commit to the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' Fair Food Program today!