An article in today’s TIME magazine highlights featured speakers from this weekend’s TEDxManhattan “Changing the Way We Eat” conference, including Nourishing the Planet’s co-Project Director Brian Halweil.
The article discusses how the food movement is increasingly addressing environmental issues and maintains that a growing variety of stakeholders, from business and corporations, policymakers, and health practitioners, to farmers, chefs, and restaurateurs, are now finding a common cause in food. As the movement gains momentum, with the right organization, backing, and energy, it could be a strong vehicle in tackling hunger, poverty, and a changing climate, some of the world’s greatest challenges.
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