Lotus Foods co-founders Caryl Levine and Ken Lee are committed to changing the way rice is grown around the world. In their efforts to do so, they are proving that reducing methane emissions can work hand-in-hand with increased farmer livelihoods, reductions in water usage and empowerment for women.Read more
Glens’ Garden Market has climate action in its DNA. Founder Danielle Vogel created the Washington, D.C.-based store after leaving a career working on climate change legislation in the U.S. Senate. “Glen’s exists to make climate change progress – one bite at a time – by serving Good Food from close by, and growing relationships with partners, who treat their land, their animals and their ingredients with respect,” says Vogel.Read more
What I witnessed at Climate Day 2018 at Expo West two weeks ago filled me with inspiration and hope – two emotions that are not always easy to come by for those of us working on climate change! The natural products industry is building a climate change movement and has no intention of staying quiet about it.Read more
We are very excited to see the Climate Collaborative community growing today with General Mills and its nine Natural and Organic (N&O) brands making new climate commitments. With these new commitments, the entire General Mills N&O product line is now represented in the Collaborative.Read more
Stonyfield’s approach to climate change starts with their mission to create a healthier planet and extends back to its founding.
Today, prioritizing climate change management filters into nearly every corner of the business. Through the Climate Collaborative, Stonyfield has made commitments to agriculture, packaging, and policy. Here is some of what they are doing in those areas:Read more
Our theory of change at the Climate Collaborative is: Commit, Act, Impact. We aim to inspire and support the natural products industry in moving from climate commitments, to climate action, to seeing real impacts and GHG reductions—as quickly as possible.Read more