Food Innovative ways to increase access to food resources and improve food systems
EnerGaia is growing spirulina to feed people and help the environment.
The Rockefeller Foundation’s “scan and search” approach casts a wide net to identify the issues it’s best suited to tackle.
Community-driven solutions are helping both to improve food security and to pass down Inuit knowledge to younger generations.
Three alternatives to the backbone organization—a fundamental aspect of collective impact efforts—that can help ground collaborations focused on systemic change.
To feed the world’s growing population, we must do more to promote the success of urban farms through better tracking, financial incentives, land use, and support systems.
New legislation around the United States aims to combat the widespread practice of shaming students who cannot pay for school lunch.
Food banks must reject measuring their impact by pounds of food distributed and instead promote access to nutritious food.
Investors looking for data on social impact should start by helping investees deliver a compelling value proposition.
Five common weaknesses of alumni programs and what the organizations running them can do better.
For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider"—as a shorthand way to describe the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now.
The technology-driven model of agriculture may offer a means to address farm output and food security in the years to come.
Even companies making steady progress toward sustainability cannot go much further without collaborating across the value chain.
Large health care systems are beginning to invest core operating dollars in connecting their patients to community resources, in service of the ultimate solution to better costs and outcomes: keeping patients healthy.