The number of urban gardens in Detroit has been increasing as people seek to put abandoned land to better use.
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A free food project on New York's waterways challenges residents to imagine how we might adapt to a more resource-constrained world.
Farmers in the Cordillera region of the Philippines prosper by selling heirloom rice, with help from a company called Eighth Wonder.
Many of the more than 355,000 smallholder coffee farmers in Rwanda are members of producer co-ops.
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We need more risk-takers and innovators who can offer end-to-end support to smallholder farmers facing climate vulnerabilities and other challenges.
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.
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A social enterprise in Myanmar uses design thinking to create products that reflect an up-close view of what small-plot farmers need.
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.
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.
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Investors looking for data on social impact should start by helping investees deliver a compelling value proposition.