Happy World Food Day! As today stands as a reminder of our collective goal to achieve a world with zero hunger, it also serves as an opportunity to recognize that solving hunger alone is not enough. Ensuring proper nutrition, improving the health of soils, changing behaviors to support better use of landscapes, and finding new – or reverting back to traditional – methods to make agriculture and livestock more sustainable all must come in stride. With that, here is a crop of Landscape News stories illuminating how we can change the ways we produce and consume food to in turn change the world.
Food fighters: A series Massimo Bottura: The famous gastronome uses food waste to feed the stomachs – and souls – of urban poor Lawrence Haddad: GAIN’s executive director looks past feeding the world to nourishing it Marion Nestle: When it comes to food facts, Nestle tells why we shouldn’t believe what we’re told
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