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The Flint Water Crisis is far from over. It’s going to take time, money, and dedication to undo the damage done to this Michigan town. The people of Flint need all of us to stand up for their rights.
Hemp is a sustainable crop with uses from food to fuel to building materials. Growing hemp on Maui has the potential to transform the island’s economy and the health of its residents.
There’s a lot wrong with our food system, but things are beginning to get better. Here’s some recent food news that you can feel good about!
Starting off the new year right, Campbell’s food company has just announced that they will voluntarily label their foods with disclosure of genetically-modified ingredients! The New York Times reported today the this is the largest food company to make such a statement. The Environmental Working Group reports that Campbell’s has also decided that they would […]
Vladimir Putin wants Russia to not only begin producing all of its own food but become a world leader in organic agriculture.
What’s the impact of one million clean cookstoves? Reduced emissions, healthier people, and more jobs.
What if instead of popping a pill for these types of chronic disease, we used food as medicine?
The drug free meats debate misses the point. To feed the world, we need to eat more plants.
Healthy soil is critical to our food future, and supporting regenerative farming is an important piece of that puzzle.
News broke today that the World Health Organization is going to make the bold statement that bacon and sausage cause cancer.
Making changes (today, even small ones) that can help feed 9 billion by 2050.
Bhutan, the first country to pledge to go fully organic by the year 2020. The Bhutan organic pledge is a big deal! Here’s why.