Whole Foods Partnering with Urban Farming Project to Improve Food Security in Chicago Neighborhood
In 2013, Whole Foods Market announced that it would be opening a store in the Englewood, one of the poorest neighborhoods of Chicago. One of the pillars of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration has been to improve access to healthy, fresh, quality food in the city’s poorer neighborhoods and has been in discussing this partnership with Whole Foods Market for a year and a half.
Educating Our Way to a Zero-Waste Future
How Kamikatsu, Japan—despite initial protests from its denizens—is progressing toward its 2020 zero-waste goal
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Carbon Trust success for Central England Co-op
All Key Countries Have Climate Targets Thanks to Paris Climate Agreement
Carbon Farms To Fight Climate Change
Carbon Farming May Figure in Climate Mitigation
Robot Panic Peaked in 2015 – So Where Will AI Go Next?
This year experts from Elon Musk to Stephen Hawking warned about the havoc robots could cause the economy and humanity. How do we ensure machines are friends rather than foes?
Digital Wind Farms and the New Industrial Revolution
5 Ways the Internet of Things Is Bringing the Next Industrial Revolution
Coined Industry 4.0, the digitization of industry is validating yet another application for machine-to-machine connectivity
Even Gatorade Is Going Organic, Pepsi Says It’s Coming Out Soon
A Glimpse into the Complex World of GMOs
Sugar processors, confectioners react to consumers’ non-GMO demands
Giving Up GMOs Saved My Life And You’re Worth It Too
Food Tank’s Favorite Books of 2015
Weaving a Tapestry of Hope for Ocean and Earth
John Roulac: The Fraudulent Science at COP21 Exposed
Why Would Industrial Ag Cover Up This Inconvenient Truth?
Top 10 Waste & Recycling Stories of 2015
The Top Recycling Stories of 2015
D.C., Montgomery Co. Ban Styrofoam Food Containers
Heard of permaculture? Kashmiri agriculturist eyes minimising imports with free range farming
Food Reduction Goals Open Composting Business Opportunities
Austin Invests in $7.5M Recycling Operation Despite Revenue Losses
Pool: Recycling Crucial to Austin’s Health, Prosperity
Farmers Try Political Force to Twist Open California’s Taps
Few in agriculture have shaped the debate over water more than the several hundred owners of an arid finger of farmland west of Fresno.
2 Questions Every Investor Should Ask About Climate Risk
End of the Beginning on Climate,
Beginning of the End for Fossil Fuels
Oil Companies Call for Stronger Carbon Pricing
Wild Bee Population In Dramatic Decline In Areas That Need Bees Most
Wild bee numbers are falling, but the amount of farmland that needs bees is increasing.
Modeling the status, trends, and impacts of wild bee abundance in the United States
If you like almonds, apples, blueberries, and watermelons, you should worry about bee decline.
What You Should Know About The Drastic Decline of Wild Bees
Scientists map where wild bees are disappearing in the U.S., and make a disturbing discovery.
Nestlé Just Set The New Standard For Using Cage-Free Eggs
If the world’s biggest food company can do it in five years starting from scratch, anyone can.
Costa Rica’s Green Energy Feat Shows Hope For The Planet
Almost all the energy produced in the developing country this year came from renewable sources.
Get Smart: Commune and Grow Your Food With Your Neighbors
Building a Renewable Energy Future
Overuse of Pesticides is Devastating China’s Crops, Study Says