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Best podcasts about food insecurity

Latest podcast episodes about food insecurity

Making Sense
Reading Allison Fedirka: Fertilizers & Food Insecurity [Macropiece Theater, Ep. 169]

Making Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:00


Fertilizer is a critical input to global food production but circumstances have conspired to throw a spanner into the food supply chain works. The supply and demand imbalances have caused a spike in fertilizer prices and, consequently, raised the costs of producing food. Who will pay for these increases? Farmers? Consumers? Is a period of food insecurity ahead? How long might it last? A reading, by Emil Kalinowski.----------WHO----------Allison Fedirka of Geopolitical Futures. Read by Emil Kalinowski. Art by David Parkins. Intro/outro is "Alegro" by TAGE at Epidemic Sound.----------WHAT----------Fertilizers and Food Insecurity: https://bit.ly/3I12ZlR----------WHERE----------Allison Fedirka's Writings: https://geopoliticalfutures.com/author/afedirka/Allison Fedirka's Twitter: https://twitter.com/afedirkaGeopolitical Futures: https://geopoliticalfutures.com/Geopolitical Futures Twitter: https://twitter.com/gpfuturesEmil's Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmilKalinowskiDavid's Art: Art: https://davidparkins.com/---------HEAR IT----------Vurbl: https://bit.ly/3rq4dPnApple: https://apple.co/3czMcWNDeezer: https://bit.ly/3ndoVPEiHeart: https://ihr.fm/31jq7cITuneIn: http://tun.in/pjT2ZCastro: https://bit.ly/30DMYzaGoogle: https://bit.ly/3e2Z48MReason: https://bit.ly/3lt5NiHSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3arP8mYPandora: https://pdora.co/2GQL3QgBreaker: https://bit.ly/2CpHAFOCastbox: https://bit.ly/3fJR5xQPodbean: https://bit.ly/2QpaDghStitcher: https://bit.ly/2C1M1GBPlayerFM: https://bit.ly/3piLtjVPodchaser: https://bit.ly/3oFCrwNPocketCast: https://pca.st/encarkdtSoundCloud: https://bit.ly/3l0yFfKListenNotes: https://bit.ly/38xY7pbAmazonMusic: https://amzn.to/2UpEk2PPodcastAddict: https://bit.ly/2V39Xjr

The Money GPS
Food Insecurity Now and Failure of Social Security

The Money GPS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 11:57


Many are wondering if everything is so great, why can't I make ends meet? TOPICS AND TIMESTAMPS: SECURE? 0:00 FOOD INSECURITY 0:09 SOCIAL INSECURITY 3:04 ENERGY INTENSITY 6:10 $GPS INSIGHTS #1 BUY IN BULK, SPLIT WITH FRIENDS/FAMILY #2 FIND LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS/FOOD TERMINALS TO SOURCE CHEAPER #3 MANY RESTAURANTS NEED HELP, WORK OUT A DEAL High prices, food insecurity crimps Thanksgiving dinners - Los Angeles Times https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2021-11-25/thanksgiving-food-insecurity-higher-prices-housing-costs-los-angeles-food-banks Holiday shopping ‘hell': workers brace for unruly customers and labor strikes | Black Friday | The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/nov/24/holiday-shopping-hell-workers-brace-for-unruly-customers-and-labor-strikes Social Security Steams Closer to Crisis - by Brian McGlinchey - Stark Realities with Brian McGlinchey https://starkrealities.substack.com/p/social-security-steams-closer-to Higher and higher: Used truck price inflation shows no signs of abating - FreightWaves https://www.freightwaves.com/news/higher-and-higher-used-truck-price-inflation-shows-no-signs-of-abating

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Rising grocery prices put pressure on millions of Americans already facing food insecurity

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:19


On this day, when Americans traditionally gather with friends and family to celebrate the bounty of food, there are still many in this country struggling to feed themselves. According to the U.S.D.A, almost 15 percent of families with kids in the U.S. suffer from what's known as food insecurity. As the pandemic continues and prices rise, Amna Nawaz has a closer look. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Health
Rising grocery prices put pressure on millions of Americans already facing food insecurity

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:19


On this day, when Americans traditionally gather with friends and family to celebrate the bounty of food, there are still many in this country struggling to feed themselves. According to the U.S.D.A, almost 15 percent of families with kids in the U.S. suffer from what's known as food insecurity. As the pandemic continues and prices rise, Amna Nawaz has a closer look. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Hartmann Report
HOW THE OTHER HALF EATS

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 58:13


Conversations with Great Minds - Dr. Priya Fielding-Singh, Ph.D - HOW THE OTHER HALF EATS: The Untold Story of Food and Inequality in America.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Thanks, I Hate It!
Episode 71: Thanks, We Hate Food Insecurity

Thanks, I Hate It!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 65:33


In episode 71 of Thanks, I Hate It! Brittany and Windsor discuss eating the rich and food insecurity. Can Musk really solve world hunger? No. But Windsor discusses how he can help. We try to math, it may or may not be factual. We are not mathematicians. We tried.www.tihipodcast.comwww.interstateyouth.orgTwitter & Insta: @tihipodcastTwitter: WindsorReads & Britz1187Have a happy and healthy eating food and shopping day!

Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau
Holiday Food Insecurity in Missouri

Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 28:32


Host Eric Bohl is joined by Scott Baker, Executive Director of Feeding Missouri, to discuss state-wide food insecurity during the holiday season.

Consider This from NPR
Half Of Afghanistan's Population Faces Acute Food Insecurity. Here's Why.

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 9:44


Afghanistan is facing its worst drought in decades, but that's not the only reason it is on the verge of a hunger crisis. After the Taliban took over, much of the country's international development aid was suspended, and the United States froze $9.5 billion in Afghan government assets. The economy has plummeted.Richard Trenchard, country director for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Afghanistan, explains what he's heard from farmers and herders.PBS NewsHour special correspondent Jane Ferguson recently returned from a reporting trip in the country, where she saw hospital wards filling up with malnourished babies and toddlers. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

Time Sensitive Podcast
Daniel Humm on the Plant-Based Future of Fine Dining

Time Sensitive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 79:39


Throughout his life, Daniel Humm has constantly pushed himself to the edge. So when Covid-19 arrived, he understood the importance of a quick pivot. Forced to close Eleven Madison Park—his three-Michelin-star Manhattan restaurant, named No. 1 in the world in 2017—he had to lay off all of his staff. Facing bankruptcy, Humm reflected on the many food-related issues that the pandemic was heightening, including meat-production carbon emissions, food insecurity, and broken supply chains. The extremity of the situation gave him the courage to boldly transition Eleven Madison Park to an entirely plant-based menu when the restaurant reopened earlier this year, in June. It's one of several ways that Humm is using food to shift perspectives, in the hopes that his approach will lead to environmental and health impacts far outside of the restaurant world.Dogged determination and an inescapable internal call to follow his instincts are chief components of Humm's successful three-decade-long career. After earning a Michelin star in his first executive chef position at age 24, for an inn in the Swiss Alps called Gasthaus zum Gupf, he helmed the kitchen at Campton Place in San Francisco, where he relocated to in 2003, and proceeded to hone his artful and intentional cooking style. Three years later, at the invitation of restaurateur Danny Meyer, Humm moved to New York to become the executive chef of Eleven Madison Park, which he now owns. Recently, Humm has modified his cooking for a higher purpose. With Eleven Madison Park's new dishes, for example, he has created a circular ecosystem in which the purchase of each dinner funds meals for New Yorkers in need. Earlier this year, he launched Eleven Madison Truck, which serves meals to food-insecure areas of New York in partnership with Rethink Food—a nonprofit, for which Humm serves as a co-founder, dedicated to creating more equitable food systems. On this episode, Humm speaks with Spencer about cooking and hospitality as performance, why time is his most luxurious ingredient, and what he would say to New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells, who recently wrote a cantankerous review of Eleven Madison Park's updated menu.Show notes:Full transcript[02:33] Eleven Madison Park[04:06] Rethink Food [18:49] I Love New York (2013)[47:13] Brad Cloepfil[59:17] Campton Place[01:01:54] Danny Meyer[01:01:54] Daniel Boulud[01:08:47] The New York Times's September 2021 review of Eleven Madison Park[01:11:12]  Eleven Madison Truck

Multiculturalism Happens Here
Episode 25: | Food Insecurity & Hunger Awareness Week

Multiculturalism Happens Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 32:22


The Whole Health Cure
"Shared Medical Appointments" with Jacob Mirsky, MD

The Whole Health Cure

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:41


Jacob Mirsky, MD, MA is a primary care physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Revere HealthCare Center and a consultation physician at the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine. Dr. Mirsky attended medical school at the University of California San Francisco and completed residency in internal medicine at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston as part of the Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates primary care track. In addition to his primary care practice, he leads virtual group visits (also called shared medical appointments) in primary care focused on healthy lifestyle change for symptom management and disease prevention. He helped open the MGH Revere Food Pantry in 2019, which provides free plant-based foods to patients with food insecurity, and he currently serves as its Medical Director. Dr. Mirsky also founded and is the Medical Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine Healthy Lifestyle Program (HLP). The HLP has a mission to establish healthy lifestyle change as the standard of care for preventing and treating chronic disease.In this conversation Dr. Mirsky talks about the idea, background and concept of shared medical appointments, also called group visits. Dr. Mirsky discusses the benefits of group visits for both - the patient and the provider - especially for managing and reversing conditions like hypertension, type II diabetes, and helping with weightloss through lifestyle medicine. He touches on how it enhances patient experience, allowing them more time with provider and building a support group; and contributes to physician satisfaction potentially counteracting burnout. Tune in to learn more about the evolution of the program and the success stories of patients who participate!To learn more, please visit:Website: https://www.massgeneral.org/medicine/internal-medicine/healthy-lifestyle-programTwitter: @DrJacobMirsky Emory Lifestyle Medicine invites you to join our upcoming virtual holiday cooking class on Friday, November 19 ar 12pm EST! Learn more of register HERE.Leave a review for our show on your favorite podcast platform, and get a chance to win a free admission to the class! Please send email to krystyna.rastorguieva@emoryhealthcare.org after you leave the review, to enter the raffle! We thank you for your support and value your feedback! This podcast is brought to you by Emory Lifestyle Medicine & Wellness. To learn more about our work, please visithttps://bit.ly/EmoryLM

AP Audio Stories
Thousands of military families struggle with food insecurity

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 0:53


UN News
News in Brief 12 November 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 3:35


Belarus-Poland crisis: Human rights of trapped migrants are paramount  UN Special Advisor urges bolder action on #COP26 draft text  DR Congo's massive hunger catastrophe  

Agweek Podcast
Agweek Podcast: Revolutionizing how we deal with food insecurity

Agweek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 22:03


Agweek reporter Noah Fish is joined by Christopher Brenna, executive director of Revolutionary Earth Farm, to talk about the nonprofit's unique approach and collaboration with organic farms to battle food insecurity in the city of Rochester.

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna
November 11: Meet a US Marine veteran fighting food insecurity. Jenna Bush Hager's one-on-one with Willie Nelson. Charlamagne tha God on his new show, “Tha God's Honest Truth.”

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 35:00


Meet a US Marine veteran who is helping fight food insecurity in his community. Jenna Bush Hager sits down with Willie Nelson — what he is doing to spread his love of music to a new generation. Also ahead, Charlamagne tha God stops by to chat about his new Comedy Central show, “Tha God's Honest Truth.”

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast
Ep 161 - How food waste is only one part of food insecurity with Bernardo Tobias from OzHarvest

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 66:13


Ep 161 - How food waste is only one part of food insecurity with Bernardo Tobias from OzHarvest From humble beginnings, OzHarvest has become a leading food rescue organisation on a mission to ‘Nourish our Country' by stopping good food from going to waste and delivering it to charities that help feed people in need. Their yellow vans are out and about in communities every day, collecting quality surplus food from a network of donors, including supermarkets, cafes, delis, restaurants, corporate kitchens, airlines, hotels and other food businesses. Today, OzHarvest operates nationally with offices in Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Cairns, Canberra, Melbourne, Newcastle and Perth, and through a team of passionate volunteers in regional communities. While our guest today, Bernardo Tobias, passion for the service of others has driven much of his career progression, his time with OzHarvest has cemented both his desire to use his skills for the greatest community impact and his understanding of the level of commitment, agility and collaboration that are required to achieve positive outcomes when faced with the complex, evolving demands we see in crisis management. Bernardo is proud and very grateful to be able to drive sustainability outcomes, engagement and behavioural change across Victoria and South Australia. In this podcast we talk about the origin of OzHarvest, how they have handled the last 18 months with increased need but less supply, how they have had to purchase food for the first time in their history, the importance of understanding climate change, and how we can assist at a granular level to make a difference in food insecurity and cutting food waste. Please connect with OzHarvest on the links below- Website: https://www.ozharvest.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ozharvest/ Please connect with us here at POH- Website: https://principleofhospitality.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/principle-of-hospitality/message

UN News
News in Brief 8 November 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 3:24


WFP warns 3 million more, now ‘teetering on the edge of famine'  Global innovation surged despite COVID-19 economic impact: WIPO   Climate change: Countries left ‘unsupported and unprepared', warns WHO 

Nemours Champions for Children
Episode 116: Fighting Food Insecurity

Nemours Champions for Children

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 21:39


Thanksgiving is a holiday to celebrate what is good in our lives: family, friends, food. But what if you are among the food insecure? According to Feeding America, about 42 million people in this nation - 1 in every 8 Americans - are food insecure. For the pediatric population we serve that number is approximately 13 million. One in every six children nationwide, one in every six children in Delaware, and one in every 4 children in Florida who are wondering where their next meal is coming from. And Nemours associates are already hard at work helping to feed those in their communities who may be hungry.  Carol Vassar, producer

Viewpoints
The Landscape of Food Insecurity as Food Prices Continue to Soar

Viewpoints

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 11:19


In 2020, nearly 40 million Americans lived in food-insecure households. With food prices rising across the country, food insecurity is only set to worsen, disproportionately affecting minority populations. How can people help? What are other resources available to those in need? Two experts on food insecurity join us this week to help breakdown the modern hunger crisis.

UN News
News in Brief 4 November 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 2:38


COP26 adaptation measures must increase: UNEP report Afghanistan's people 'broke and broken' - UN migration chief 6 children killed by unexploded weapon in Kunduz, UNICEF reports

Mountain & Prairie Podcast
Matt Pierson - Finding New Solutions for Food Insecurity

Mountain & Prairie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 65:58


Matt Pierson is a fifth-generation Montana rancher who owns and operates Highland Livestock Company alongside his wife and two sons. He's also the founder and President of the Producer Partnership, a newly formed non-profit organization that brings together farmers and ranchers with the goal of ending hunger in Montana. Since its start in spring of 2020, the Producer Partnership has given away tens of thousands of pounds of beef to Montana food banks and is creating replicable, scalable solutions for fighting hunger throughout the West and beyond. - The idea for the Producer Partnership was born in early 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic was roiling communities and economies across the globe. With many Montana residents out of work and food banks struggling to keep up with the unprecedented demand, Matt decided to donate the meat from a cow he was planning to cull to his local food bank. He quickly recognized the direct positive impact that his donation had on the community, so he reached out to friends to drum up more donations. Within a month, he had directed 10,000 pounds of ground beef to area food banks. He kept going, and by the end of 2020, that number had risen to more than 53,000 pounds of beef. Through creativity, hard work, and an unyielding commitment to G.S.D. (“Getting Stuff Done”), Matt and his team at the Producer Partnership have created a new model for solving food insecurity in Montana. - Matt and I connected virtually for a wide-ranging conversation that will be inspiring and educational for anyone interested in impactful, purpose-driven work. We started out discussing his family's long history in Montana, and then we moved into details of how the Producer Partnership began. We talked about the challenges around processing meat both during the early stages of the pandemic and now, as well as the cutting-edge meat processing facility that the Producer Partnership is currently building. We discussed the scalability and replicability of the Producer Partnership model, and how he expects the organization to evolve in the coming years. Matt discussed the importance of community; why he chooses to volunteer for causes ranging from youth soccer to Trout Unlimited; the future of agriculture; how he defines success in his ranching operation; and much more. - This is an inspiring episode, and I know you'll enjoy it. Go to www.producerpartnership.com to learn more about Matt and his work-- and donate or buy some gear if you are so inclined. Enjoy! --- Producer Partnership DONATE to the Producer Partnership Producer Partnership Merch Full episode Notes with Links: https://mountainandprairie.com/matt-pierson/ --- TOPICS DISCUSSED: 3:50 - Matt's family history in Montana 4:50 - The beginnings of the Producer Partnership 8:20 - Logistics during the early days of the Producer Partnership 10:20 - Media begins to pick up the Producer Partnership story 12:00 - "GSD" - Getting Stuff Done 14:00 - First year success 15:50 - Managing the Producer Partnership and the family ranch 18:20 - Executing the idea of building a new processing facility 22:00 - Adding value to all steps of the process 26:20 - Realities of building a first-of-its-kind federally approved processing facility 30:00 - Role for the Producer Partnership post-COVID 32:00 - Potential for replicability 39:00 - The importance of community 43:00 - How Matt judges success in ranching 47:45 - How Matt thinks agriculture will evolve in the coming years 52:00 - The unexpected surprise of creating a non-profit 56:00 - Importance of being a problem solver, thinking independently 57:30 - Favorite books 1:00:30 - Words of wisdom 1:02:30 - Overcoming the labor challenges --- This episode is brought to you by The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation and its Montana-based AMB West Philanthropies, both of which embody the values-based approach to philanthropy and business of their Chairman Arthur M. Blank. --- ABOUT MOUNTAIN & PRAIRIE: Mountain & Prairie - All Episodes Mountain & Prairie Shop Mountain & Prairie on Instagram Upcoming Events About Ed Roberson Support Mountain & Prairie Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts  

Florida Matters
Food Insecurity Is Still An Issue in Tampa Bay, Even As The Pandemic Seems to Wane

Florida Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 28:00


This week, we take a deeper look at food insecurity - and the growing demand for help in the greater Tampa Bay region. Host Steve Newborn talks with Thomas Mantz, president and CEO of Feeding Tampa Bay, one of the largest food banks in the region. It provided more than 95 million meals to residents in 10 West Central Florida counties last year. Later on in the show, Steve talks with Dr. Catherine Campbell, a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences professor who specializes in community food systems.

Retired College Athletes
071: Student-Athlete Food Insecurity w/ Susana Melendez

Retired College Athletes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 32:22


This week's guest is Susana Melendez. She played soccer at the University of Arizona, and is currently a registered dietitian, helping college athletes fuel for success. Today we're discussing food insecurity and how it affects college athletes.Today's Scout:- Name: Susana Melendez- Sport: Soccer- School: University of Arizona- Instagram: @LatinaSportsDietitian Housekeeping:- Website: www.retiredcollegeathletes.com- Instagram: @retiredcollegeathletes- Facebook: Retired College Athletes- YouTube: Retired College Athletes- Twitter: @RCAathletes- Email: retiredcollegeathletes@gmail.com- Patreon - If you love RCA and want to give financially to support the podcast you can do so through Patreon. Depending on what tier you give, you will receive exclusive content as a thank you for supporting us.

An AARP Take On Today
[145] A Chef's Journey to Fight Food Insecurity

An AARP Take On Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 18:15


For decades, Chef Bill Bracken led kitchens and won awards for his culinary work. He had worked in Beverly Hills and Newport Beach to cook for high-profile diners. But in 2013, he changed course and fed his local community instead. In recognition of his ability to tap into his life experience to build a better future for us all, Bracken won a 2022 AARP Purpose Prize. Today, we hear about how his non-profit, Bracken's Kitchen, feeds the hungry, trains young people to cook and eliminate food waste. 

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast
Food Bank: Why UPMC Health Team Is Critical In Identifying Food Insecurity

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 28:25


Idaho Matters
Boise nonprofit partners with restaurants to battle child food insecurity

Idaho Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 8:04


City of Good is a Boise-based nonprofit that was founded at the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020. In fact, the pandemic was the driving force behind its mission to help feed people who found themselves in a tough place do to the COVID-19 crisis.

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Pandemic panic-buying has hindered food provision to needy Australians - Panic buying akibat pandemi telah menghambat penyediaan makanan bagi warga Australia yang membutuhkan

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:15


Panic-buying during the height of the pandemic saw supermarket shelves emptied of basic necessities like toilet paper, pasta, and rice. - Foodbank Australia mengatakan pembelian panik akibat pandemi telah menghambat kemampuannya untuk menyediakan makanan yang sesuai secara budaya bagi mereka yang membutuhkan.

SBS Albanian - SBS Albanian
Pandemic panic-buying has hindered food provision to needy Australians - Blerjet si pasoje e frikës nga pandemia pengojne furnizmimin me ushqim për Australianët në nevojë

SBS Albanian - SBS Albanian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:31


Foodbank Australia says pandemic panic-buying has hampered its ability to provide culturally appropriate food to those in need. It comes as the food relief charity releases its annual Hunger Report, which found one in six adults in Australia hasn't had enough to eat in the last year. - Organizata australiane Foodbank Australia thotë se blerjet impulsive si pasojë e panikut ne kohën e pandemisë kanë penguar furnizimin me ushqim të përshtatshëm për njerëzit në nevojë. Kjo deklarate vjen ndërsa organizata bamirëse e ndihmës ushqimore publikon Raportin e saj vjetor te Urisë, sipas te cilit një në gjashtë të rritur australianë nuk ka pasur mjaftueshëm për të ngrënë gjatë vitit te fundit.

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
Is basic income what's needed to address the growing crisis of food insecurity?

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:41


Canada's inflation rate reached an 18 year high this week. To help lessen the financial burden, some advocates have been calling for a universal basic income. Preston chats with Paul Taylor, executive director of FoodShare and guest speaker at a basic income conference in Halifax.

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Việc mua hàng hốt hoảng làm trở ngại cho kế hoạch trợ giúp thực phẩm cho người cần đến

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 4:33


Tổ chức Foodbank Australia cho biết việc người Úc hốt hoảng mua hàng đã làm trở ngại cho khả năng của tổ chức nầy, trong việc cung cấp thực phẩm thích hợp cho những người cần đến. Việc nầy diễn ra khi tổ chức từ thiện cứu trợ thực phẩm loan báo Phúc trình về Nạn Đói hàng năm, theo đó cứ 6 người lớn tại Úc thì có một người không đủ thức ăn trong năm rồi.

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά
Pandemic panic-buying has hindered food provision to needy Australians - Οι αγορές πανικού κατά τη διάρκεια της πανδημίας, εμπόδισαν την παροχή τροφίμων σε άπορους Αυστραλ

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 4:36


Foodbank Australia says pandemic panic-buying has hampered its ability to provide culturally appropriate food to those in need. - Η Foodbank Australia αναφέρει ότι οι αγορές πανικού κατά τη διάρκεια της πανδημίας, εμπόδισαν την ικανότητά της να παρέχει τρόφιμα σε όσους τα έχουν ανάγκη.

SBS World News Radio
Pandemic panic-buying has hindered food provision to needy Australians

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 4:08


Foodbank Australia's annual Hunger Report has found one in six adults in Australia hasn't had enough to eat in the last year.

UN News
News in Brief 15 October 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 4:03


Displaced in northeast Nigeria ‘knocking on door of starvation': WFP  Yemen ceasefire needed urgently to gain access to thousands in need  Rights experts lead tribute to slain French teacher Samuel Paty 

Poverty Research & Policy
Judi Bartfeld on Food Insecurity Rates and the Increase in SNAP Benefits

Poverty Research & Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 26:33


In this episode, Judi Bartfeld shares how the COVID-19 pandemic, and the social safety net's response to it, has affected food insecurity in the United States. She also explains how the permanent increase in SNAP benefits that took effect October 1, 2021, fits into the larger picture of ensuring that people have consistent access to nourishing foods. Dr. Bartfeld is a professor in the School of Human Ecology at UW-Madison and is also a food security research and policy specialist in the Division of Extension at UW, and is an IRP faculty affiliate.

Rewriting Hollywood
Brian Lawes: Oscar-eligible 'Lost Kings', Food Insecurity, and Wealth Inequality

Rewriting Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 27:55


Jared Milrad interviews award-winning writer/director Brian Lawes about his short film, LOST KINGS, which tells the story of a boy who breaks into a neighborhood home to search for food. LOST KINGS has been making its mark on the film world, having been selected for more than twenty high profile film festivals including seven Oscar qualifiers and is now qualified to be considered for a 2022 Academy Award®. Brian opens up about his background in filmmaking, why he wanted to focus on food insecurity and wealth inequality, and his views on social impact filmmaking.

Business Casual
The Key to Ending Hunger, With Goodr's Jasmine Crowe

Business Casual

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 23:25


CEO Jasmine Crowe joins Scott and Nora to discuss Goodr, her startup that fights food insecurity and waste by rerouting surplus food from local businesses and delivering it to nonprofits, which distribute it to hungry communities. She also reveals how Goodr uses blockchain technology to make it all happen, and talks through her personal journey to found and build the company.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Inside Maine with Senator Angus King
Discussion on Food Insecurity During COVID-19 with Senator Bob Casey and Kristen Miale - President of Good Shepherd Food Bank

Inside Maine with Senator Angus King

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021


Sports Medicine Research Podcast
Food Insecurity among College Athletes

Sports Medicine Research Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021


Welcome to Sports Med Res' this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on October 1, 2021. This week's podcast focused on food insecurity among college athletes. * Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) position statement on exercise for people with mild to moderate multiple sclerosis * Do Our Student-Athletes Have Enough Access to Food? * Sport Specialization in Middle School and High School Long-Distance Runners RSS Feed, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcast Evidence-Based CEU Courses from Sports Med Res and Human Kinetics (3-10 EBP CEUs/course) The post Food Insecurity among College Athletes appeared first on Sports Medicine Research.

The Good Dirt
61. Fighting Food Insecurity with Jenny Freeman of Community FarmShare

The Good Dirt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 45:22


For today's guest Jenny Freeman, what sprouted as an idea to tackle food insecurity during the pandemic has now grown into a fully registered 501(c)(3) organization that offers individuals and organizations the ability to get involved in the agri-food sector. Her organization, Community FarmShare, is a community-based initiative that connects food-insecure families with local produce farmers in Montgomery County. This organization works by way of donation and is completely volunteer-run, all of the money is put towards purchasing Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm shares. These shares are then used to purchase weekly bags and boxes of organically grown produce at one of seven local participating vegetable farms.  CSA programs have recently received widespread attention for their ability to provide unique benefits to communities, environments, and economies. In a nutshell, CSAs directly connect consumers and producers to help create a more profitable and transparent local food system. This helps in reducing food insecurity among families that cannot afford organically grown foods. Jenny is passionate about tackling this issue by providing a solution that links families experiencing food insecurity with local vegetable and fruit growers. Jenny shares this mission with the rest of her community in order to create transformative change in her local community.  In this week's episode, we will discuss Jenny's journey creating Community FarmShare and how you can get involved with her organization. Join us on this week's episode to find out more about Jenny's story and learn how you can implement a similar project in your community! Listen to the episode on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-good-dirt/id1492217846 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/2lpelAmHPGbMVdOOpxhxTo (Spotify), https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-good-dirt-981565 (Podchaser), https://the-good-dirt.simplecast.com/ (Simplecast), https://podtail.com/en/podcast/the-good-dirt/ (Podtail), or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: What is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and how does it work? Learn more about Community FarmShare and Jenny's story as its founder Supporting Afghan refugees in the United States Resources Mentioned: https://www.ipcc.ch/ (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ) https://www.communityfarmshare.org/ (Community FarmShare) https://www.communitycheer.org/ (Community Cheer) https://www.communityfoodrescue.org/ (Community Food Rescue) https://suzannesimard.com/finding-the-mother-tree-book/ (Finding the Mother Tree) http://www.richardpowers.net/the-overstory/ (The Overstory) Guest Info Connect with Jenny on https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-freeman-59a5124/ (LinkedIn). Follow Us: https://lady-farmer.com/blogs/the-good-dirt-podcast (Our Website) https://www.instagram.com/thegooddirtph/ (Instagram)

UN News
News in Brief 29 September 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 3:32


Famine likely happening in Tigray, warns UN's emergency relief chief   COVID-19, annexation, compounded crisis of Palestine occupation  Yemeni humanitarian organization wins Nansen Refugee Award  

Breaking Green Ceilings
EP 54: Tackling Food Insecurity in the United Kingdom

Breaking Green Ceilings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 60:00


One would think that food insecurity doesn't exist in one of the richest countries in the world - United Kingdom. Deidre (Dee) Woods who currently lives in London sheds light on the stark disparities that exist in the community she serves. As a food and farming action-ist Dee advocates for good food for all and a just, equitable food system, challenging the systemic barriers that impact marginalized communities and food producers. Having experienced food insecurity herself, Dee found a way to organize community to increase food access and eventually co-founded a food bank in London. Through policy action and decolonizing research and farming methods, Dee is committed to helping families struggling economically, often people of color, including immigrants and refugees. Of Trinidadian heritage, Dee talks about how her experiences of growing up on her father's farm in Trinidad made her passionate about food, farming and connecting to the land. In addition to being a food and farming action-ist, Dee is also an award winning cook!Follow Dee Woods:Twitter: @DidaraInstagram: @osunschild Facebook: Deirdre WoodsFollow Breaking Green Ceilings:IG - @breaking_green_ceilingsWebsite: breakinggreenceilings.com

Salad With a Side of Fries
Our Most Important Ally (feat. Aly French & Erica Stein)

Salad With a Side of Fries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 88:29


When we focus on our health and our wellbeing, people around us often notice. And along the way we make new friends! Sometimes they start as the person at the gym you always say hi to and sometimes chat with but may not know their name. These can be some of our most important allies! This week Jenn chats with Aly French and Erica Stein of Courageous Wellness Collective and the Courageous Wellness Podcast. Talking about their stories, how their paths crossed and how that magic moment amplified their mission and impact. As a continuation of our "How to be a Wellness Ally" episode, you'll LOVE these stories and insights! Outline:Welcome back & intro today's topicMeet Aly French & Erica Stein of Courageous Wellness Collective & Courage Wellness PodcastAly's story - from performing artist to cancer diagnosis and later health coachErica's story - from childhood food insecurity to weight gain, a career in TV production and later health coachThe magic of Aly & Erica's paths crossing, sharing their stories with each otherTalking & not talking about our journeysThe space created  by people who didn't know us "before"The responses of those around Aly & Erica as they made shifts Staying true to ourselves & watching who shows up, who supports itThe friends who push us & support usAly's top tips on hormone healthBlood sugarInfradian RhythmErica's fundamentals of gut healthThe microbes in your gut & your cravings, mood, anxietyJust 3 daysFiberBreathingFood insecurity & food access - what we all need to know & what we can doLinks:Become a MemberConnect with us! FB Page & Private FB Group & Jenn's InstagramTake the free Weight Loss Profile, Jenn will send you a Menu PlanCourageous Wellness IG, FB, Website & PodcastQuotes:"I had never had my body talk to me so loudly and clearly about what it wanted." – Aly French"Something shifted in me, acknowledging the intelligence of my body." – Aly French"Food insecurity for a few years in childhood established cravings and patterns that continued far past those formative years." – Erica Stein"I start to love and value and treasure myself, as I was, and then act from that place." – Erica Stein"I didn't have any friends in my life that were interested in this." – Erica Stein"There's value in sharing your story...it gives others permission to destigmatize their own judgements of their own stories." – Aly French"Illness or health challenges come in all different shapes and sizes, some are invisible, some are not...they all deserve compassion." – Aly French"You can't dim your light for other people." – Erica Stein“Just invite that person to a spin class or that gym acquaintance for a drink.” – Jenn Trepeck

Mending Walls
The Golden Hour & NeoGenesis

Mending Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 27:14


Inspired by Duron Chavis, local urban agriculture leader and Executive Director of Happily Natural, and the oasis he created at Sankofa Community Orchard,artists Sarah Apple and Ron Stokes talk with Host Hamilton Glass about their mural in the southside of Richmond. The public art created for Mending Walls addresses where we are now in society to inspire conversation about how we can move forward with empathy through understanding and collaboration.  Resources for this episode: Duron ChavisSankofa Community OrchardBlack Space Matters SeriesJohn Lewis TED TalkMore information:Mending Walls RVA Mural ProjectHamilton GlassRon StokesSarah AppleInstagram: @viewsbystokes@Lucky_signs @mendingwallsrva @19red.fuelProduction:19RED @ FuelIn Your Ear StudiosMending Walls: The Documentary airs on VPM PBS.

Finding Founders
#86: The Horrific Living Conditions of Migrant Workers, NY During the AIDS Epidemic, and Fighting Food Insecurity - Rick Nahmias | The Food, Conflict, and Unity Series

Finding Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 43:16


How is it possible that the people who are feeding us cannot afford food? That is one of the questions that pushed this week's founder to tackle food insecurity and look for solutions. In today's episode of Finding Founders, join us and Rick Nahmias in exploring where our food comes from and who is responsible for the food on our tables. Rick Nahmias is an LA native who, after working as a documentary photographer, decided to pursue his interest in food and cooking. He soon recognized the abundance of waste around him. From working on “The Migrant Project,” a book which highlighted the poor treatment of migrant farmworkers, to bringing attention to excess produce in his neighborhood through Craigslist ads, Rick is at the forefront of social justice and fighting food insecurity. His organization Food Forward combats food insecurity, food wastefulness and climate change. We joined Rick early one morning in Glendale, harvested lemons off a tree, and came back to the roots of Food Forward. Links From the Episode Website: findingfounders.co Follow Sam: https://www.instagram.com/samueldonner/ Follow Finding Founders IG: https://www.instagram.com/findingfounderspodcast/ Rick's Linked-In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-nahmias-95b0221/ Food Forward's Website: https://foodforward.org/ The Migrant Project: https://unmpress.com/books/migrant-project/9780826344076 Rick Nahmias TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtjmNdiPLLg Food Forward Results: https://foodforward.org/our-impact/our-results/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finding-founders/support

UN News
News in Brief 14 September 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 4:27


First humanitarian flight to Kabul marks ‘turning point': WFP  After 10 years of war in Syria, siege tactics make their return  Unremitting suffering in Yemen in spotlight at Human Rights Council 

UN News
News in Brief 10 September 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 3:28


Afghanistan: Taliban violence against protesters increasing, warns OHCHR Hungry Afghans resort to extreme coping strategies to feed families Human rights abuses intensify in eastern DR Congo: UNHCR

POLITICO Dispatch
Covid, hunger and a surprising statistic

POLITICO Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 13:26


As Covid destroyed the economy, the percentage of American households facing food insecurity remained stagnant — likely due to unprecedented government spending. POLITICO's Helena Bottemiller Evich explains how pandemic programs could provide a path for ending hunger in the U.S. Plus, a Florida judge blocks DeSantis' attempt to halt a mask mandate ruling. And Obama stars in Newsom ads ahead of the California recall election. Helena Bottemiller Evich is a senior food and agriculture reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Read more from POLITICO's Recovery Lab series.

Earth Wise
RNA Modification For Plants | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 2:00


We have heard a lot about RNA this past year as messenger RNA vaccine technology has been used for the first time to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.  Now RNA-based technology has shown promise to make major contributions to agriculture. A group of researchers at the University of Chicago and two Chinese universities have announced that […]

Farm Chatter
190-Discussing Food Insecurity Replay

Farm Chatter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 21:49


Hello friends, If you listened to Episode 189, you know that we are taking a short break to rest mind and body. Although we are working on some projects around the farm that do not necessarily rest the body. Accomplishing these tasks will make us better and stronger in the long run. In the interest … Continue reading "190-Discussing Food Insecurity Replay"