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Join our international network of like-minded organisations working towards improving
the global food system.
50by40 collaborates with organisations around the world, each working to transform the global food system—whether focusing on climate change, health and nutrition, meat reduction and alternatives, sustainable food systems, Just Transition, or other strategies to help us achieve our collective goal. Meet our partners.
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments is a network of nurses advancing the understanding of the relationship between human health and the environments in which we live, learn, work, and play.
The Better Food Foundation promotes dietary changes to build a healthy, equitable, humane, and environmentally sustainable food system. It works to support values-based food choices through policy change, advocacy, resource development, and grantmaking.
Doctors for Nutrition is an Australian health-promotion charity working to equip healthcare practitioners, institutions, and the general public with evidence-based information and education on optimum human nutrition. Its mission is to inspire the adoption of whole food plant-based nutrition as a powerful tool in disease prevention and care.
In order to build a cohesive vision for farmers to thrive within the agricultural system, the Farm Transformation Institute integrates many layers, including innovative solutions that help sustain farmers and create healthier, more efficient, and alternative proteins. It believes that farmers hold the key to better food, a safer planet, and a sound future.
The Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO) is the collective voice of the animal rights movement in India and the catalyst that protects animals on local and national levels through education, research, mobilisation, networking, training, and direct action. Created for the movement, by the movement, FIAPO has 160 members and more than 200 supporter organisations across the country.
Friends of the Earth’s climate friendly food programme aims to mitigate climate change, improve public health, and advance racial justice by reducing the overconsumption of animal foods and supporting a transition away from factory farming towards a just, healthy, and regenerative food system. It focuses on policy reform and food procurement practices of public institutions with massive purchasing power, such as schools.
The Good Food Institute is an international nonprofit building a sustainable, healthy, and just global food system. With unique insight across the scientific, policy, industry, and investment landscapes, GFI uses the power of food innovation and markets to accelerate the transition of the world’s food system towards alternative proteins.
Health Care Without Harm, a global organisation with a network of more than 45,000 hospitals around the world, works with the health care sector to reduce its environmental footprint and foster its position as a community anchor for sustainability and a leader in the global movement for environmental health and justice. It’s U.S.-based Healthy Food in Health Care Program campaigns for plant-forward menus, local and sustainable food purchasing, and resilient community food systems.
The Physicians Association for Nutrition International aims to raise awareness among health professionals, especially medical students, the general public, and policymakers about the role of whole food, plant-based nutrition in promoting good health and preventing and treating disease.
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is a nonprofit health organisation that promotes a vegan diet, preventive medicine, and alternatives to the use of animals in medical education and research, encouraging higher standards of ethics and effectiveness in research and more effective scientific methods.
Plant Pure Communities builds stronger, healthier, and more sustainable communities through collaborative research, policy, and programme activities that use evidence-based nutrition education to address personal, public, and planetary health. Among other efforts, PPC leads the growing grassroots Pod Network of more than a quarter million activists from 29 countries and works with physicians to integrate the power of plant-based nutrition into healthcare.
ProVeg International works with international decision-making bodies, governments, food producers, food service providers, investors, the media, and the general public to help transform the global food system to one that is less dependent on animal agriculture and more sustainable for humans, animals, and our planet.
An international charity based in Amsterdam, True Animal Protein Price Coalition works on policy advocacy for true pricing of meat and dairy to include their external costs, such as GHG and other polluting emissions, biodiversity loss, and health expenditures.
True Health Initiative is a global coalition of world-renowned experts dedicated to refuting false information and the doubts they engender in order to create a world free of preventable diseases using the time-honored, evidence-based fundamentals of lifestyle and medicine.