BUYERS BEWARE: The 12 most pes...

Feb 27, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] If you’re going to buy organic, start with apples, peaches and nectarines Lindsay Abrams  SALON.COM Buyers beware:...

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THESE ARE THE FOODS MOST LIKEL...

Feb 26, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] A new report from the federal government aims to focus food-safety efforts Lindsay Abrams  SALON.COM These are the foods...

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OIL TRAINS ARE BLOWING UP ALL ...

Feb 19, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] WOAY/AP By John Light   GRIST Two tanker trains full of crude oil have derailed and burst into flames in the last few...

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BEHOLD THE FOOD OF THE FUTURE

Feb 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] A student making headlines with an epic bug-eating diet talks to Salon about the benefits of being an insectivore Joanna...

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Two Young Entrepreneurs Offer ...

Feb 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Food They’re calling their innovation “the next generation of food supply.” By Cole Mellino / EcoWatch  VIA...

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The Fatty Food That’s Gr...

Feb 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Fat does not make you fat, and other interesting facts about long-vilified foods. By Melissa Kravitz / AlterNet Fat is...

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SO WE CAN REALLY FEED THE WORL...

Feb 10, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] By Nathanael Johnson GRIST Over the past six months I’ve been trying to figure out how we can feed ourselves sustainably...

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THE FLOATING GARDENS OF UPPSAL...

Feb 1, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] The Floating Gardens of Uppsala The Swedish city debuted its buoyant pocket park last summer as a way to promote urban...

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WHICH CUT OF MEAT IS LEAST LIK...

Feb 1, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] When it comes to foodborne illness risk, steaks, cold cuts, and chicken nuggets are not created equal. By Kiera Butler /...

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CAN URBAN FORAGING ACTUALLY FE...

Jan 31, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Let them eat weeds Can urban foraging actually feed poor people By Nathanael Johnson   GRIST What if we connected the...

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BEE DECLINE COULD CAUSE MALNUT...

Jan 31, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Katie Valentine CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: AP Photo/Al Behrman Many people in developing nations already face a range of...

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YOU SHOULD EAT A CRICKET: IT&#...

Jan 30, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Eating crickets may be better than consuming most of what’s available in American supermarkets. By Melissa Kravitz...

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WHY ESSENTIAL OILS COULD CHANG...

Jan 24, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Grist / Shutterstock By Madeleine Thomas   GRIST Remember the tiny vial of lavender essential oil that you dropped $35 on...

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SELF-DESTRUCTION GENES COULD K...

Jan 24, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] igor.stevanovic By Tim McDonnell Cross-posted from Climate Desk It’s the worst nightmare of activists opposed to...

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Ocean Life Faces Mass Extincti...

Jan 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Environment   Photo A dead whale in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in 2011. As container ships multiply, more whales are...

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2 Simple Maps That Reveal How ...

Jan 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Joe Satran – huffingtonpost.com   Driving through the farmlands of Iowa looking for fresh food to eat is a lot...

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The self-serving myth of Chipo...

Jan 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] This week’s minor pork-opolypse exposes the fundamental contradiction between fast food and ethical eating Lindsay...

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Vancouver’s brilliant answer t...

Jan 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] The U.S. throws away around 30 million tons of food every year Joanna Rothkopf   SALON.COM   Vancouver’s...

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World’s Largest Indoor Farm is...

Jan 12, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Article by Urbanist, filed under Offices & Commercial in the Architecture category. indoor farm japan interior The...

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Like Seafood? Enjoy It Now: Co...

Jan 11, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] ◀ Environment Scientists and economists are concerned that commercial seafood harvesting may end within three decades. By...

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10 Tips on Raising Backyard Ch...

Jan 8, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Maintaining a coop has challenges that you might not be aware of. By Cole Mellino / EcoWatch   VIA ALTERNET Photo Credit:...

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Food Security: The End of a Go...

Dec 29, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] An open digital community for young professionals across the world to engage in thoughtful debate and dialogue on the...

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2014 was stuffed with good foo...

Dec 28, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Adelina W By Nathanael Johnson  GRIST The food movement has done a great job winning the hearts and minds of eaters, but...

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California Is About To Make Eg...

Dec 27, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] by Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: shutterstock Starting next year, 15 million egg-laying hens in California and...

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What’s in a name? These farmer...

Dec 26, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] By Lori Rotenberk   GRIST In the wake of World War II, young veteran Cleo Fitterling returned home, wondering how he was...

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10 Ways to Support the Next Ge...

Dec 18, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Prospective farmers face many challenges when starting out on their own: financial capital and land availability are two...

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We can feed the world without ...

Dec 17, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Tomas Munita / Center for International Forestry Research By Nathanael Johnson GRIST Maybe this is obvious, but expanding...

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The Truth About Chicken Farmin...

Dec 16, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] by Casey Coates Danson The truth about chicken farming is that there is very little humane about it.  Chicks grow up on...

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Death of a fast-food Goliath: ...

Dec 15, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] McDonald’s is on the decline in America. Here’s why that isn’t automatically good news Lindsay Abrams  ...

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Congress wants you to know tha...

Dec 15, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Shutterstock By Liz Core  GRIST Every five years since 1980, a group of government-appointed nutritionists have put...

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