Climate change, pesticides, and habitat loss put pollinators – and our food supply – at risk. Here’s how you can help protect pollinators.
This billboard about how to fight drought with diet appeared in my neighborhood and brightened my day!
According to a new report, climate change threatens coffee production. Not just at some far-off date in the future. This is happening now.
A chilling study has found that climate change could kill more than 500,000 adults in 2050 around the globe.
Is lettuce worse than bacon? Let’s look at the math.
Vegetarians are not killing the planet, and a Carnegie Mellon press release suggesting that they are gets it wrong.
What are the biggest threats posed by the amount of food we waste? Decreasing landfill space? Hunger? Water and energy waste? Yes, all of these are important considerations. But another one we tend to overlook: food waste is a cause of global warming.
Climate change and wine production are so delicately intertwined. What is the future of the wine industry in a warming world?
Okay, hipsters, you got us. Here’s something we didn’t expect to see in your fancy craft cocktails: really expensive environmentally irresponsible artisanal ice.
We all know how to eat less and why it’s better for our health. It’s as simple as not taking another bite of cake. Or twenty. But even though we know how to eat less, we don’t often do it, especially this time of year when sweets and treats abound. But eating less is not just an issue about our preserving our waistline and reducing our risks of becoming obese or developing diabetes. It may also help reduce our impact on climate change and food waste.
If you’re not concerned about climate change, you’re not well enough informed. Part of the reason its impact can be hard to understand is because modern humans have never faced a threat like this before.
Could climate education help kids make food choices that are healthier for them and for the planet?
Think letting that banana rot is no big deal? New stats on wasting food will have you rethinking wasting even a crumb of bread. Seriously.