El Departamento de la Comida is reinvigorating Puerto Rico’s local food systems with a community-controlled seed supply—and deepening Boricua communities’ relationship to food and cultural identity.
To truly regenerate our planet, we must address the many exploitations of the conventional agriculture system: not just the soil — but farmers, workers, animals, and water. Regenerative agriculture could hold the key.
“What’s the difference between all these fairtrade labels?” It’s a question we get a lot at Fair World Project. A new guide is here to help clear the confusion.
We asked our staff and editorial board for their favorite products brought to life by the grassroots efforts of the communities that produced them. Find them online or at your favorite natural foods store!
Fair World Project condemns racist acts and police brutality. We stand in solidarity with all those who call for justice. […]
Fairness, transparency, commitment to small-scale producers: those are just a few of the central fair trade values. They are also […]
COVID-19 is revealing the ways in which our food and farming systems are designed to extract the maximum from people […]
Last month as COVID-19 spread around the globe, we began a series of blog posts in conversation with leaders of […]
As COVID-19 spreads around the globe, it’s hitting hardest those who were already in poverty. Before the pandemic, cocoa farmers […]