Hunger, Clean Water, Food & Agriculture

EarthSave International

Founded by John Robbins, EarthSave educates people about the powerful effects our food choices have on the environment, our health and all life on Earth, and encourages a shift toward a healthy, plant-based diet. With your membership and support, EarthSave programs and local groups make a bigger difference across the world.


We create good products that help feed the world.  Lauren Bush Lauren founded FEED in 2007 with the simple idea of creating products that would engage people in the fight against hunger in a tangible way.  Every one of our products has a number stamped on it that signifies the amount of meals or micronutrient packets provided with its purchase.

The Food Revolution Network

Join the Food Revolution Network to get insights you can trust, and support you can use, from some of the top food experts on the planet.

John Robbins

Bestselling author, social activist, and humanitarian. Recipient of the Rachel Carson Award, the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, the Peace Abbey's Courage of Conscience Award, and Green America's Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Land Institute

When people, land, and community are as one, all three members prosper; when they relate not as members but as competing interests, all three are exploited. By consulting Nature as the source and measure of that membership, The Land Institute seeks to develop an agriculture that will save soil from being lost or poisoned, while promoting a community life at once prosperous and enduring.


We are a team of young professionals, inspired by the Revolution to collaborate with partners as diverse as the challenges faced by rural Egypt. Our initiative, “Nawaya”, recognizes the need for flourishing rural livelihoods, where small scale farming families cherish the Nile Valley's fertile soil. Without it, Egypt has no fair future.  Our vision is the co-creation of self-reliant, bountiful and resilient Egyptian communities. Co-creation occurs through partnerships and dynamic knowledge-exchange to reach goals fulfilling community needs. By ensuring a 'safe zone' where people can share, adapt and implement solutions collaboratively will lead to change that can be locally sustained.

The ONE Foundation

The One Foundation has a simple vision: a world in which everyone has access to clean and safe water, forever -- transforming 5 million lives by 2020.

Permaculture Research Institute

The Permaculture Research Institute (PRI) is located on a Permaculture demonstration site in The Channon NSW, and is headed by Geoff & Nadia Lawton. We specialize in education & training worldwide. We also provide daily Permaculture news and information via The Permaculture Research Institute is a not-for-profit organization, limited by guarantee.

Seeds of Change

Seeds of Change was founded in 1989 with a revolutionary mission:  to make organically grown seeds available to gardeners and farmers, while preserving rare heirloom and traditional seed varieties, and promoting sustainable organic agriculture practices.

Yellow Seed

Yellow Seed is an impact-driven nonprofit that creates opportunities for small-scale cacao producers to showcase their products, access new markets and build consistent trading relationships. We provide the space to make people, products and resources visible so that better trade can take place.

The Zeitgiest Movement

The Zeitgeist Movement is a sustainability advocacy organization, which conducts community based activism and awareness actions through a network of global/regional chapters, project teams, annual events, media and charity work.  The movement's principle focus includes the recognition that the majority of the social problems that plague the human species at this time are not the sole result of some institutional corruption, absolute scarcity, a political policy, a flaw of "human nature" or other commonly held assumptions of causality. Rather, the movement recognizes that issues such as poverty, corruption, pollution, homelessness, war, starvation and the like appear to be "symptoms" born out of an outdated social structure.