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Winners of 2018 Food Sustainability Media Awards announced

Winners include works on bread, food apartheid, childhood malnutrition and fishing in the Philippines.

Image from the Food Sustainability Media Award

Image from the Food Sustainability Media Award

The 2018 Food Sustainability Media Award recognises excellence in reporting on global food sustainability challenges by professional journalists and emerging talent from around the world. The winners were chosen by an expert panel of judges across four award categories; written journalism and multimedia, both published and unpublished, based on a number of criteria including substance, originality and creativity.

All finalist entries also entered the initiative’s Best of the Web Award. This award was chosen by the public who voted for the entry they most wanted to see recognised for excellence in reporting on food sustainability.


Written published category
Helena Bottemiller Evich – The great nutrient collapse

Written unpublished category
Nastasha Alli – Why The Philippines May Run Out Of Fish By 2048

Video published category
Gregg Segal – Daily Bread

Video unpublished category
Maggie Andresen – Journey to Better Health: Childhood Malnutrition in Rwanda

Best of the Web Award
Kim Harrisberg – Food Apartheid

Published 30 Nov 2018

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