Kevin Richardson is based in Dallas, TX where he works full time campaigning for climate justice for an environmental nonprofit. He also does freelance writing and project work and has a Ph.D. in Japanese environmental history from UCLA.
These apps aim to reduce the social and environmental impacts of food waste
Addressing the food waste epidemic requires us to widen our perspective and develop practical, comprehensive solutions that can be implemented by everyday people. A number of tech companies and nonprofits have developed apps aimed at doing just that.
January 6, 2022
Fighting for food justice in a Texas food desert
The Dallas Food Justice Coalition provides a simple but powerful model. By bringing together community advocates from different areas of food justice, they’ve begun cultivating a grassroots solution to our broken food system that focuses on empowering and educating the community rather than simply providing aid.
November 8, 2021