It all started when Renuka* came to Nils and his wife, asking for help to finance her child’s education. Knowing that paying the fee would be a quick fix but not a foolproof solution, Nils looked for a way to make this more sustainable.
THIS WEEK ON EDIBLE ISSUES, Hello There, How time flies! Just yesterday feels like Week 1 of Edible Issues, with us confused and trying to make sense of all that we were learning about the […]
“How seriously do we take ourselves as chefs, are we changing the world? Because it’s so easy to flow with that thought and think that with our aprons and our knives and our chefs jackets we are on some God’s mission — but is it that serious?” ~Garima Arora on Pooja Dhingra’s podcast No SugarCoat.
This week, we were at FAO, Rome as part of the World Food Day 2018. We presented our research from the global mission in front of a closed audience from FAO and GFAR.
This week, scientists have told us that we are heading towards a 3°C rise in climate and have given us the final call to act.
Millets are India’s best bet to diversify nutrition sources. They’re economic, less resource intensive, climate change friendly and nutritious which makes them India’s current grain muse.
Last weekend we were at the world of culture food and ideas at Terra Madre. It was incredibly inspiring space to talk, exchange value and beliefs that might inspire a change in the food system.
What has women empowerment got to do with feeding the hungry, you ask? A lot of things!
Last weekend, we were in a discussion curated by Navdanya International which aims to improve the food system by growing and eating nutritious and safe food.
“India wastes as much food as UK consumes” — is a ludicrous but sadly true statistic. “When in doubt, throw it out”, is a common echo around the world. But not all food waste is created equal.