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C40: Mayors Making Good Food Cities

Food accounts for 13% of cities’ carbon emissions every year. But a small league of C40 Good Food Cities, from New York to Quezon City, is hoping to change that. C40 is a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize. The post C40: Mayors Making Good Food Cities appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

Aquagrain: New Life for Poor Soil

In a small dry corner of England, Aquagrain is creating a super-absorbent biodegradable hydrogel that could help crops grow in degraded lands. Aquagrain is a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize. The post Aquagrain: New Life for Poor Soil appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

Transfarmation: From factory farm to sustainable enterprise

Transfarmation is an organization helping former factory farmers move from debt-laden, environmentally damaging practices toward a sustainable future. Transfarmation is a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize. The post Transfarmation: From factory farm to sustainable enterprise appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

ThermoSeed – A Swedish Seed Solution

Could an all-natural steam seed treatment replace mainstream agricultural chemical treatments? ThermoSeed, a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize, thinks so. The post ThermoSeed – A Swedish Seed Solution appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

Rich Earth Institute: In Search of Liquid Gold

Vermont’s Rich Earth Institute is looking to an unusual alternative to industrial fertilizer: human urine. They are a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize. The post Rich Earth Institute: In Search of Liquid Gold appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

Pumpkin Plus: Making the Sandbars Bloom

In Bangladesh, Pumpkin Plus transforms rural lives through the innovative technology of growing crops on sandbars. They are a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize. The post Pumpkin Plus: Making the Sandbars Bloom appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

NovFeed: Turning Fruit into Fish

In Tanzania, NovFeed is transforming the country’s compost into a source of cheap and nutritious feed for farmed fish. NovFeed is a finalist for the 2024 Food Planet Prize. The post NovFeed: Turning Fruit into Fish appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

The Right Gear, the Right Moment: Q&A with Photographer Beatriz Janer

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Keith Lee Ate A Salmon Chopped Cheese Sandwich, NYers React

This might be the most egregious use of salmon ever.

Netted by Politics: a Fisherman’s Dilemma in the South China Sea

The geopolitical struggle between China and the Philippines has strangled Filipino fishermen’s access to some of their richest fishing grounds The post Netted by Politics:<BR> a Fisherman’s Dilemma in the South China Sea appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

A Model Farm in the Yucatán: Q&A with Gonzalo Samaranch

Mestiza de Indias is an innovative, Maya-inspired regenerative farm in the middle of a region threatened by mass tourism and overdevelopment. Its founder has a lot to say about why food matters. The post A Model Farm in the Yucatán: Q&A with Gonzalo Samaranch appeared first on Roads & Kingdoms.

Make it Loud: Q&A with Dylan Eitharong

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