Agros International’s Chris Megargee explains how land ownership saves Latin American farmers.
World-renowned geomorphologist, David Montgomery, PhD, describes his new book Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life. He notes that farms can grow more food, prepare the soil for the future, protect the environment, provide healthier food, and be profitable with a change in approach.
Biologist Anne Biklé describes her book The Hidden Half of Nature and the importance of diversity in diet to humans. This is a gut-level interview getting to the core of how our bodies work with food.
Teaching Ghana’s Farmers: Cliff Schmidt, Literacy Bridge founder, describes how technology helps in some of the most remote regions of West Africa.
Joe Whinney, head of the innovative Theo Chocolate company, describes how cocoa is sourced from dangerous countries.
Tim Crosby, Slow Money NW, and an MBA in Sustainablility, discusses the feast and famine of food and farming.
Heifer International’s Pierre Ferrari describes how his organization works with smallholder farmers to help the world.
World Wildlife Fund expert Jason Clay says we must reduce food waste to save the planet.
Heifer chief Pierre Ferrari describes how the organization strives to help save families today and build futures.
Dr. Brylyne Chitsunge and Ndileka Mandela have teamed to advocate for women farmers in Africa.
Eliminating hunger forever — the comprehensive approach of the Post Harvest Project, as described by Founder Craig Rominger.
Cliff Schmidt, Literacy Bridge, explains how technology provides relevant training among the world’s poorest.
Dr. John Gardner, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, discusses the future of food and business … and how it intersects.
Kim Christiansen, ECO Group, describes his global experiences as a youth and adult in business and giving back.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Hormel. Hormel’s corporate stewardship is seen throughout the world, as explained by Julie Craven.
2011 Citizens Winner: Kraft. Leah Bradford of Kraft Foods, explains how the company’s health and sustainability policies and practices led to winning the prestigious Best Corporate Steward Award for 2011.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Amway. Amway reached out to its vast global network to help improve the health of children across the world. Debb Kalmbach discusses how Amway, through a food additive, brings nutrients to children and families.
Jeff Peterson, General Mills Foundation, discusses changes that make a global company’s social responsibility impactful.
Bourbon Coffee’s Bosco Munga describes Rwanda’s progress and promise through the concept and practice of direct trade.
BCLC’s Stephen Jordan discusses growing trends among businesses to improve communities around the world.
Renee Acosta, longtime Global Impact President, discusses how the organization groups donations for world change.
Hershey’s Social Responsibility: Ed Martin of the Hershey Company describes methods of partnership among businesses and NGOs in enabling social change.
Malo Traders, 2010 GSEC Judges Choice Award Winner