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Amrita Gupta
Amrita Gupta is a "Policy Innovations" journalism fellow at Carnegie Council. >Innovators >People
Southern Africa, a Region Chronically at Risk   Transcript
Irene Pedruelo 01/25/16
Southern Africa is preparing for a humanitarian disaster. Daniel Sinnathamby, regional humanitarian coordinator for Oxfam in the region, talks about the circumstances that are making this year especially challenging. >Ideas >Commentary
Urban Farming is Booming, But What Does it Really Yield?   Transcript
01/20/16
The benefits of city-based agriculture go far beyond nutrition. >Ideas >Commentary
Feeding a Flawed Society   Transcript
01/08/16
Paul R. Ehrlich & John Harte argue that ensuring food security for a surging population will require fundamental social change. >Ideas >Commentary
"World Hunger: Ten Myths" by Frances Moore Lappé and Joseph Collins   Transcript
Amrita Gupta 01/04/16
Chapter by chapter, Frances Moore Lappé and her co-authors demolish the myths that have long prevented us from addressing hunger, and examine the policies that keep people from feeding themselves. >Ideas >Commentary
From Lab to Table  
Irene Pedruelo 12/14/15
"New Harvest" wants to kick-start a bio-economy of animal products made without animals. Some have already called this revolution "the next .com." >Ideas >Innovations
Food is Political   Transcript
Naomi Starkman 11/13/15
In order to put food on the political agenda, we can't just buy our way to a better food system. >Ideas >Commentary
GMOs, Silver Bullets, And the Trap of Reductionist Thinking   Transcript
11/04/15
The biggest problem with GMOs isn't technology. It’s when technology is used as a silver bullet, without considering the broader context within which it operates. >Ideas >Commentary
A Bad Bet on Synthetic Biology   Transcript
10/30/15
Silvia Ribeiro and Jim Thomas use the introduction of a new sweetener to illustrate the dangers of synthetic biology. >Ideas >Commentary
Fighting Obesity Requires a Choice: Profit or Public Health?   Transcript
Roberto De Vogli, Noemi Renzetti 10/15/15
Unless governments take steps to promote healthy diets and discourage consumption of ultra-processed products, chances to stop and reverse the obesity epidemic remain quite slim. >Ideas >Commentary
Noemi Renzetti
Noemi Renzetti is a junior research associate at the Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California Davis (UCD). >Innovators >People
Roberto De Vogli
Roberto De Vogli is an associate professor in Social Determinants of Global Health at the Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California Davis (UCD). >Innovators >People
Big Soda Politics: A Call to Advocacy   Transcript
Marion Nestle 10/14/15
It is becoming evident that Big Soda copies the playbook used by Big Tobacco to distract people from the harm caused by cigarette smoking. Although falling soda sales are the results of successful advocacy, there is still a lot of work to do. >Ideas >Commentary
Marion Nestle
Marion Nestle is professor of nutrition, food studies, and public health at New York University and the author of the just-released "Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (and Winning)." >Innovators >People
How Much More Processed Food Can We Eat?   Transcript
Tim Lobstein 10/13/15
Food policies for the 21st century will be about the purpose of markets and the need to hold marketers to account for their activities. >Ideas >Commentary
Tim Lobstein
Tim Lobstein is the director of Policy at the World Obesity Federation. >Innovators >People
GMOs and Junk Science   Transcript
Henry I. Miller, Kavin Senapathy 10/02/15
Henry I. Miller & Kavin Senapathy condemn the latest example of bogus research attacking the safety of genetically modified foods. >Ideas >Commentary
Probing the "Rescue Food/End Hunger" Parable   Transcript
Kelly Hodgins 08/19/15
Kelly Hodgins questions a pervasive discourse in the food waste and food security worlds that suggests that food waste is the solution for food insecurity in cities. >Ideas >Commentary
Kelly Hodgins
Kelly is a farm-grown, small-town raised food-justice and agriculture advocate. >Innovators >People
More Than a Meal  
08/03/15
Technical ingenuity and private funding enable Akshaya Patra to serve hot, healthy lunches to 1.4 million Indian children every day. >Ideas >Innovations

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