FOOD POLICY

Indian Americans: The New Voices Bringing Diversity to Food Writing

They’re emerging as fresh voices in the white world of food writing.

Coronavirus Means School Food Is Free. What If It Stayed That Way?

Free school meals, the gold standard for child nutrition advocates, may be one good thing to come out of COVID-19’s impact on academics.

Sidewalk Eating: Is It Here to Stay?

These small, open spaces occupying parts of the street have helped restaurants stay alive during the pandemic.

Tom Colicchio Hopes (and Fears) COVID-19 Will Change the Restaurant Industry

The “Top Chef” head judge thinks COVID-19 will devastate the restaurant industry — but it may bring positive change too.

OZY TV

Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Can Fish Farming Reduce Sexual Exploitation in East Africa?

For years, women in the Lake Victoria region have had to trade sex for fish.

As China’s Economy Slows, Its Slow Economy Takes Root

A rejection of the high-speed, high-intensity life is picking up steam in the world's second-largest economy.

Tech Nonprofits Pivoting in the Pandemic

These free platforms connect people with education, food and financial services during the pandemic.

How Coronavirus Is Shaking Our Food Supply

The world’s food supply chains are starting to fray under the strain of COVID-19 .

What History's Urban Vegetable Gardens Teach Us About Survival

Turning to gardening in a crisis didn’t start with COVID-19.

Butterfly Effect: Coronavirus-Scarred Brazilian Beef May Burn Trump

America's decision to lift the ban on Brazilian beef couldn't have come at a better time for Jair Bolsonaro.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

A Hardier Rice for a Warming World

Jane Langdale's efforts to engineer a new breed of rice might just save the planet.

Can Ancient Grains Save the Planet From Climate-Induced Starvation?

Across the world, scientists are trying to revive millennia-old grains that are climate resistant and nutritious, to prepare for a future of food scarcity.

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