Briana Warner of Atlantic Sea Farms says consumers are digging umami-rich, nutrient-packed kelp – and it’s good for the planet, too.
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Leah Lizarondo talks about her food-rescue work, the power of collective action, and plans for a milestone year.
Thank you, dear readers, for your interest in our articles about leadership, motivation and (somewhat inexplicably) NFTs.
We’re awarding $5,000 grants to female scientists working to improve public health as chemicals, microplastics and other pollutants contaminate the air we breathe.
Got 19 minutes? Learn about the water crisis and how innovative women are fighting back. Paige Peters treats wastewater at lightning speed while Brittany Kendrick pulls moisture from the sky.
Nancy Pelosi had to be prodded to run for office. But she became one of the most powerful women in American political history.
Yes, we sampled edible insects while recording this podcast. We talk with Claire Simons of 3 Cricketeers about this sustainable, highly nutritious protein.
Yes, the food is delicious. But Dana Thompson, co-owner of Indigenous eatery Owamni, believes ancestral foods have the power to do more.
3 Cricketeers, co-founded by Claire Simons, is tempting the cricket-curious with dark chocolate clusters and spicy snack mixes.
We spoke with Sarah Kapnick from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration — and it’s not as depressing as it sounds.
At Becky’s Pet Care, pet sitters tend to dogs, cats and other pandemic pets in the field. But founder Becky O’Neil’s admin team meets face-to-face.
We share the story of Jacquie Berglund of Finnegans, a craft beer brewing company whose motto is “Beer that gives back.”
Scarlett Lewis, whose son Jesse was killed in the massacre, maintains demeanor as she asserts: “I am a real mom.”
Move over, Alexa. Liesl Yearsley wants Akin to be an empathetic, more female-focused version of big tech’s home devices.
We tell the story of Karen Washington by sharing a series of incredible moments that established her influence and position as a food activist.