Recent Publications

Comedores Sociales

Before Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck in 2017, a large percentage of Puerto Ricans faced food insecurity on a daily basis. In fact, Puerto Ricans were 4 times more likely to be hungry than the average American. In a region with rich soil, a temperate climate and a rich agricultural history, these figures become even starker when set against the reality that more than 85% of food consumed by Puerto Ricans is produced off the archipelago.

Solidarity, Education and Action! Comedores Sociales: An emerging movement in Puerto Rico
Before Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck in 2017, a large percentage of Puerto Ricans faced food insecurity on a daily Read more.
L’agroécologie
L’agroécologie permet aux communautés de définir eux-mêmes leurs propres solutions pour produire des aliments sains et conserver les eaux et Read more.
Agroecology
WhyHunger is proud to release its first agroecology publication, “Agroecology: Putting Food Sovereignty into Action.” Agroecology is an agricultural method… Read more.