Giving Compass’ Take:
• Bryan Walsh and Devon Klatell discuss how philanthropy can help to create a better food future and The Rockefeller Foundation’s Food System Vision Prize.
• How can you work to build sustainable solutions for food quality and security?
• Read about three ways investors can support a better food future.
On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” author Bryan Walsh discovers philanthropy’s role in a better food future with Devon Klatell, the Managing Director of The Rockefeller Foundation. “We see the role of philanthropy is to invest in the short term so that policies change, institutions can change, and businesses can change—and carry that change forward in the long term,” says Klatell.
“Sometimes the role of philanthropy is to demonstrate that a solution can work or adapt it to a given context. Sometimes it’s to build an evidence base and help people advocate for solutions that work…often we contribute to on-the-ground organizations and advocate,” says Klatell.
Read the full article about creating a better food future by Katherine Walla at Food Tank.
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