It's that time of the year again – get ready to blog for good, all at once, around the world, on a single day in October.
But before then, we wanted you to be the first to hear about two big announcements.
First, after having the honor of overseeing Blog Action Day for the past two years, we at Change.org are pleased to announce that we are handing the reins over to VOICE, an organization incubated at Oxfam and supported by ONE.org, Save the Children, WaterAid, the UN Foundation and others.
VOICE connects bloggers with non-profits, charities and established media and helps them to blog at global events like the G20 Summits and UN Climate Change Conference. They couldn't be better suited to run Blog Action Day going forward.
Food is something that we all share in common, but is distinct to each of our cultures. The way we produce, distribute and consume food is crucial to our shared future, and the unhealthy imbalance of food scarcity in developing world and food over-abundance in the developed world is unsustainable for us all.
Blog Action Day 2011 will be an opportunity to open the conversation about how food impacts all of us – individually and globally.
The big event is only a few weeks away, so please help kick things off by registering for Blog Action Day 2011 by clicking the link below: