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In the News
Tedx Countdown – Food and Climate Change (July 19)
Diane participated in a panel on The Politics of Food with Serenity Spaces. (July 22)
Boma Momentum highlights Change Food as one of it’s 100+ global viewing parties. (January 27)
Panelist, “Rise of Urban Farming – The opportunity for sustainable and local production”, MIT Enterprise Forum & Food for Thought (January 22)
‘Bridging the Divide’ – Diane speaks with Organic Valley’s Theresa Marquez (Rootstock Radio, May) about the state of the food system, Change Food, and what’s riling her up these days.
Why “Going Blue” (Not Green) is the New Standard for Wellness Brands, Well + Good – Diane discusses the shift beyond being just green or sustainable.
Changing the Food System Starts With You – Spoon University article (November)
Interview with Diane Hatz – New York City Food Policy Center, Hunter College (November 10)
The Secret to Launching and Growing Successful Consumer and Retail Companies in Today’s Marketplace: Capturing the Consumer’s Preference for Sustainability and Sourcing Transparency, Columbia Business School (November 7)
“The New Food Movement” – reprint of blog article in The American Association of Urban Farming’s iGrow publication, August
Seeds&Chips Conference – North American Food Systems Network. Change Food’s presence at the Italian conference
Put a Fork In It podcast – Interview with Diane (May)
Food Innovation is Female at Seeds&Chips – Drinkpreneur (March 9)
Change Food: New York NYC Food Based Community Organization Spotlight
New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College (January)
Disruptive Conversations, Episode 8 – Disrupting the Food System: A Conversation with Diane Hatz
Podcast interview with Keita Demming and Diane Hatz about food and food systems change.
These 3 Women are Changing the Future of Food Sustainability
The Daily Meal
Review of The Change Food Fest and the work of Diane Hatz, Erica Orange and Kim Huskey.
This is the TED Talks of the modern food movement
Well Good: Good Food
Food advocates have been working for 40 years to get people to understand organic and local, to eat healthier, and the impact of processed food. Last year, $5.7 billion were invested in food startups. People have woken up and want to know where their food is coming from.
Change Food Fest 2016, Reversing Bone Loss, and an Asian Spicy Kale Chip Recipe
Jill Blakeway’s Grow. Cook. Heal.
Jill and Diane talk about advances in food technology, the urban gardening movement and how to combat food wastage. All of that and more will be covered at the upcoming Change Food Fest in New York and Diane gives us a preview of the event.
10 Tips for Social Entrepreneurs, From the Founder of TEDxManhattan
Words by DIANE HATZ
Interview & Photos by ALI FRANCIS
Diane believes nearly everything—climate change, education, health—can be traced back to food. “It’s the civil rights issue of the 21st Century,” she says. “If we want to stop wars, we need to feed people. And once they’re fed they can be educated, and once they’re educated they can help themselves. I know I’m being very idealistic, but I really believe that.”
Food Innovators by Food-X: Change Food Founder Diane Hatz
Diane Hatz is interviewed by Food-X’s podcast series Food Innovators about Change Food, the Change Food Fest, and her expertise in marketing surrounding food and farming.
iTunes: Listen via iTunes
Soundcloud: Part 1 / Part 2
Direct Download: Part 1 / Part 2
Ten questions with Diane Hatz, Founder and Executive Director of Change Food
Diane Hatz is interviewed by Food Tank in preparation for the 2016 Food Tank Summit in Washington, DC.
Women We Love: 27 Influential Women in Food and Agriculture
Diane Hatz is featured on Food Tank’s list of women making changes toward more sustainable food systems around the world.
Voice America Generation Regeneration Interview
Diane Hatz is interviewed by radio host Sandra Guy Malhotra about what is happening at Change Food as well as issues facing some current issues facing farming systems and food supply.
The USA Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 has launched “Mentor Minds” as part of their Innovation Program. It’s a series of more than 70 short interviews that, as the USA Pavilion says, “will inspire revolutionary perspectives through genuine contributions of extraordinary speakers.” Diane Hatz was one of the individuals interviewed.
“Giving the Food Movement a Voice”
Interview with Diane Hatz on Food Tank’s site.
Investing in Innovation: Women and Technologies
Diane was a speaker at the Aspen Forum at Expo Milano. Hosted by the Aspen Institute Italia
Alimentazione, La Sfida del Nuovo Millennio
a cura di Alberto Michelinio
Diane wrote a short chapter in this book exploring art and food. (In Italian)
Understanding, Learning, and Innovating: The Agriculture and Food Systems Sustainability Challenge
Diane was a participant in this Global Alliance for the Future of Food private meeting in Milan.
Council of Fashion Designers of America
Earth Day article about what one can do to help the planet. Change Food and the Change Food Challenge mentioned.
W-Cubed (blog post)
W-Cubed featuring a Recap of Diane Hatz’ Interview with Voice of America
January 20, 2015
Voice America (Radio Interview)
Voice of America featuring a TEDxManhattan Preview with Diane Hatz
The Aloha Way (blog post)
Diane Hatz on why You Don’t Have to Become a Vegetarian To Save the Planet
TEDxBrussels (blog post)
Interview with TEDxManhattan organizer Diane Hatz
Breaking Down Your Business (podcast)
Interview with Diane Hatz
Change Food Fest Joins Seeds&Chips
Change Food Fest Dates Finalized: Join Us Nov 12-13th in New York City (August 17, 2016) (blog)