Taking A Bite Out of Climate Change with Our Eat the Change Impact™ Grant

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Although most of the Climate Collaborative’s funding comes from generous donations from companies, we have received a few grants that help support our programming to help companies improve their climate practices. Eat the Change Impact™ (ETC Impact) is one of these crucial funders.  Founded in 2020 by social entrepreneurs Seth Goldman and Julie Farkas, ETC Impact is a grant program dedicated to promoting and expanding access to climate-friendly foods.

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Your climate work just became even more urgent

By now you have probably seen the headlines from the leaked upcoming IPCC report: “Crushing climate impacts to hit sooner than feared”. It might sound like something out of a Hollywood sci fi film, but as those who are living today with the record-setting heat waves, drought and fires in the West and the flooding in the South know all too well, it is anything but futuristic fiction.

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Embedding Climate Action into the Culture at Hummingbird Wholesale

Hummingbird-Logo-Color-Clear-Background.pngWe are taking stock of climate action in 2020 and what's ahead for the industry through a series of interviews with the 2020 National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards winners. Erin Callahan sat down with Charlie Tilt, Co-Owner & CEO, and Stacy Kraker, Director of Marketing and Sales, at Hummingbird Wholesale, winner of the 2020 Outstanding Value Chain Engagement Award. (View our previous interviews with Numi Organic TeaOutpost Natural FoodsStonyfield Organic, and Imlak'esh Organics).

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Building Regenerative Supply Chains with Imlak'esh Organics: A Journey to the Source

Imlakesh-Organics-logo-full-1000.pngWe are taking stock of climate action in 2020 and what's ahead for the industry through a series of interviews with the 2020 National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards winners. Erin Callahan sat down with Tucker Garrison and Philip Matthew, Co-Founders at Imlak'esh Organics, winner of the 2020 Outstanding Value Chain Engagement Award. Imlak'esh Organics are importers and distributors of superfoods ethically sourced from small-scale organic farmers around the world. (View our previous interviews with Numi Organic TeaOutpost Natural Foods, and Stonyfield Organic).

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Stonyfield Organic Takes on Climate Advocacy & Farm-level Emissions

We are taking stock of climate action in 2020 and what's ahead for the industry through a series of interviews with the 2020 National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards winners. This week we sat down with Britt Lundgren, Director of Organic & Sustainable Agriculture at Stonyfield, winner of the 2020 Outstanding Company Award. (View our previous interviews with Numi Organic Tea and Outpost Natural Foods).

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