The Woman Aiming to Get 50 Million Americans Into the Worker-Owner Economy
And she has a plan to do it.
Global atmospheric CO2 levels hit record high
UN warns that drastic action is needed to meet climate targets set in the Paris agreement
World can meet growing food demands and limit warming
Unfair trade: US beef has a climate problem
St. Louis, Capital of Coal, Votes for All-Clean Power
Talking About Our Future – The Haze That Envelopes Us All
It’s time to dispel the haze.
The Economic Case for Climate Actions in the USA
How a Seed Bank, Almost Lost in Syria’s War, Could Help Feed a Warming Planet
Geophysical potential for wind energy over the open oceans
Corn Walls And Rice Bricks: Tomorrow’s Cities Will Be Built From Crops
Millennials are saying “so long” to the country club and “hello” to the farm.
Ditching the golf communities of their parents for a new kind of neighborhood – Agrihoods are built around working farms and are replacing the once-popular golf communities favored by Baby Boomers.
Bike Breakthrough: Connecting neighborhoods with Low-Stress Routes
Cities expand stand-alone bike lanes into full networks everyday people actually like to use
Roulac: Oxford Study Attacks Regenerative Agriculture — Monsanto Ally?
Study ties pesticides in food to fertility issues
GM Is Going 100 Percent Electric, Will Ditch Combustion Engine
The Gasoline Car will be History before you Know it
‘World’s First’ Solar-Powered Indoor Farm Coming to Philadelphia
The FBI’s Hunt for Two Missing Piglets Reveals the Federal Cover-Up of Barbaric Factory Farms
Los Angeles’ legendary palm trees are dying – and few will be replaced
A beetle and a fungus are killing off the trees that have become synonymous with the city, making way for trees that give more shade and use less water
New research is helping to explain the link between a changing global climate and a dramatic decline in bumble bee populations worldwide.
Meet the Chef Teaching Kids How to Cook Healthy Meals on a Budget
Seattle chef will soon open a crowd-funded restaurant and arts co-op to honor the city’s arts history and unite its residents.
Significant scale of human impact on planet has changed course of Earth’s history, scientists suggest
The Ridiculous Amount of Energy It Takes to Run Bitcoin
Thresholds of catastrophe in the Earth system
Plastic Ocean Pollution a Driver of Climate Change?
Consider the plastic drinking straw: Why do we suck so much?
L’Oréal eyes circular packaging
Marks & Spencer, Nestle, and Mondelez embrace circular economy
Major European CPGs are striving to improve, but infrastructure gaps and poor recycling rates hamper efforts.
Scotland’s New Offshore Wind Turbines Power 20,000 Homes
Scottish government bans fracking after public opposition
Solar competitors band together to help bring electricity to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico
(Getting out of the fossil energy business) BNP Paribas takes further measures to accelerate its support of the energy transition
More than 75 percent decline over 27 years in total flying insect biomass in protected areas
A giant insect ecosystem is collapsing due to humans. It’s a catastrophe
Insects have triumphed for hundreds of millions of years in every habitat but the ocean. Their success is unparalleled, which makes their disappearance all the more alarming
Exposure to Glyphosate, Chemical Found in Weed Killers, Increased Over 23 Years
Monsanto Attacks Scientists After Studies Show
Trouble For Weedkiller Dicamba
US Compost Council January 22 -25, 2018, Atlanta, GA
38th EcoFarm Conference January 24 – 27, 2018
Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, CA
Sustainable Foods Summit will take place in San Francisco, January 30 – 31, 2018.
BIOFACH 2018 14 – 17 February 2018 // Nuremberg, Germany
The Soil Association has released a report looking into the possibility of an uncertain future for the organic market in the face of Brexit.
US Gov’Mint does have a Climate Change Response
The federal government’s potential responses to climate change include adaptation (adjustments to natural or human systems in response to actual or expected climate change) and climate engineering (large-scale, deliberate interventions in the Earth’s climate system to diminish climate change or its impacts).
Deforestation has double the effect on global warming than previously thought
Tackling deforestation should be higher on the climate change agenda.
Energy harvested from evaporation could power much of US
Other potential benefits include reliability and water savings
Evaporation could offer renewable energy
DIRTY ENERGY DOMINANCE: DEPENDENT ON DENIAL
HOW THE U.S. FOSSIL FUEL INDUSTRY DEPENDS ON SUBSIDIES AND CLIMATE DENIAL
DENY, BARGAIN, ADAPT
California rewrites the GOP’s climate playbook
Why 2017 will go down as the beginning of the end of the internal combustion engine
Eight-Year Study Confirms “All Sea Life” Will Be Affected by Acidic Oceans
Scripps says climate change may represent “existential” threat to humanity
This Isn’t Just Another Urban Farm—It’s a Food Bank The Tucson, Arizona, food bank isn’t just giving away packaged foods.
It’s growing healthy food—and teaching people how.
Climate change, population growth may lead to open ocean aquaculture
Rice University adds a bit of asphalt to speed lithium metal battery charging by 20 times
48 Environmental Rules on the Way Out Under Trump
Take the farming high ground: Go organic
The contrast could hardly be greater. The list of the world’s largest 500 companies by turnover ($) contains a huge number of firms engaged in agriculture and food: firms that have carved up big chunks of the sector among themselves.
At the same time, the sector is the basis of the livelihoods for many millions of farmers and farm workers who are among the poorest people in the world.
The trend continues towards a further concentration of power. In the developing world, the growth of the middle class is changing tastes and diets. Demand for processed foods is sure to rise.
The declared aim of agriculture, chemicals and food corporations is to grab as big a slice of the cake as possible, but they have now been joined by banks, insurance companies and the information technology industry.
Takeovers and mergers like Monsanto by Bayer, Kraft with Heinz and Dow with DuPont are just the tip of the iceberg.
CLIMATE CHANGE: SOIL COULD SPEED UP GLOBAL WARMING WAY MORE THAN WE THOUGHT
Not so sweet: 75 percent of honey samples had key pesticide
Time for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands to Go All Green
Vermont Has Developed America’s Most Comprehensive Food System Plan: How Did They Do It?
The Green Mountain State has long been a national leader in sustainable agriculture and local food.
GMO Ingredient Gives Product Meat-Like Taste and Red Blood-Like Color
Pest resistance to biotech crops surging
A new global assessment helps scientists explain why cases of pest resistance to genetically engineered crops increased by more than fivefold in the past decade, yet some pests remain suppressed
Have Monsanto and the Biotech Industry Turned Natural Bt Pesticides into GMO “Super toxins”?
The IEA’s newly renamed Renewables 2017
(formerly titled Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report)
Ghana Schools To Benefit From Solar Projects
Feds give Hawaii companies $1.5M to develop seaweed as energy source
Americans’ Appetite for Cheap Meat Linked to Widespread Drinking Water Contamination
Trouble in Farm Country: Ag Runoff
Fouls Tap Water Across Rural America
Even when it’s sitting in storage, coal threatens human health
Half-Earth Day to be celebrated October 23rd
Urban farming in a developer’s paradise: enjoying the best of both worlds
Electric bus was killed off 100 years ago
An Environmental and Public Health Disaster Awaits if USDA Gives Organic Label to Hydroponics
Will the Appetite for Hydroponics Profits Uproot the Future of Organics?
Coffee producers feel the heat
Nestlé, Hershey and Mars ‘breaking promises over palm oil use’
This year’s Halloween confectionery will contain palm oil grown on land that should lawfully be habitat to orangutans, rhinos and clouded leopards, despite commitment to clean up supply chains
Food Well Alliance Releases Atlanta’s First Local Food Baseline Report
Economic Impacts of Farm to School: Case Studies and Assessment Tools
Organic Fruit Sales Surge 12%
Country Crest closes the loop on ‘farm to fork’
Should ‘Regenerative’ Agriculture Get Its Own Label?
Some groups want to compete with the organic label and raise the standards for eco-conscious consumers. But others worry that another label could end up sowing market confusion.
Dr. Bronner’s Makes Soap, But It’s Changing How We Eat
Nuclear Power Plants Should Be Closed and Autopsied, Not Resuscitated
Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell trucks are now moving goods around the Port of LA
Changing the Story on Climate Change: From Climate Pessimism to Climate Optimism
Just 10 River Systems Contribute Up to 95 Percent of Plastic in Oceans
TAKING ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE
Agroecology: Radically Changing How We Face Food Insecurity and Climate Change
Food insecurity is largely driven by a food system that is highly controlled by agribusiness. But there’s a better way.
Scientist Daniel Swain on “Unprecedented Climate Conditions” Contributing to Deadly California Wildfires Video Interview
World Food Prize: Feeding the World a Slick Campaign of Lies
The Industrial Food Chain uses at least 75 percent of the world’s agricultural resources and is a major source of GHG emissions, but provides food to less than 30 percent of the world’s people.
Children to sue European countries over climate change
Corporate TV Drops the Ball on Climate Change
The EPA Science Advisory Board Is Being Compromised.
Here’s Why That Matters.
Trump’s global resorts put profit first, environment last, critics say
Shipping executive: ‘We have deliberately misled public on climate’
What Whales Have to Teach Humans About Capitalism
Any accounting of the commons without acknowledging the presence and interests of others will lead to their continued destruction, to our human detriment as well