Organic food’s dirty secret: W...

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[Translate] Just because food is labeled organic doesn’t mean it’s what you’re expecting, journalist Peter Laufer...

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Impotent roosters wreak havoc ...

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[Translate] Katherine Martinko (@feistyredhair) Living / Green Food CC BY 2.0 Natesh Ramasamy Meat consumers are worried that there...

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This former semiconductor fact...

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[Translate] Derek Markham (@derekmarkham) Technology / Clean Technology © GE Reports This indoor Japanese farm uses LED lights and...

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The Weird And Wonderful World ...

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[Translate] By Annie-Rose Strasser CLIMATE PROGRESS In an unassuming industrial park on a flat landscape, off a service road lined...

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Syngenta seeks exemption from ...

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[Translate] Sami Grover (@samigrover)   GRIST Science / Sustainable Agriculture CC BY 2.0 coniferconifer When Europe approved a...

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The secret to richer, carbon-c...

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[Translate] By Nathanael Johnson Kelsey Amelia Bates Imagine if someone invented machines to suck carbon out of the atmosphere —...

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Not Eating Meat Can Cut Your F...

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[Translate] By Katie Valentine  TRUTHOUT CREDIT: AP Photo/Dean Fosdick If you’re trying to reduce your carbon footprint, you may want...

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Could Drones Finally Expose On...

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[Translate] By Tara Culp-Ressler TRUTHOUT The promotional video for a proposed investigative project on factory farms CREDIT:...

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Bee-Ware! Everything we know a...

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[Translate]   Bee-ware! By John Upton Shutterstock Neonicotinoid pesticides are great at killing insect pests, which helps to...

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Don’t Forget Butterflies! Our ...

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[Translate] When President Obama signed an order last week creating a task force that will seek to promote pollinator health,...

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Four year study on bee killing...

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[Translate] Christine Lepisto (@greenanswer) Business / Environmental Policy CC BY-SA 2.0 Paul Stein Scientists released today the...

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Scaling Up Urban Agriculture

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[Translate] 06/23/2014 by The Dirt Contributor Urban agriculture grows both food and communities – its direct and indirect benefits...

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U.S. Corn’s Gravy Train Faces ...

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[Translate]     A ripening field of maize in the Corn Belt state of South Dakota. Photo by Lars Plougmann via Wikimedia Commons By...

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Bees and butterflies get a boo...

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[Translate]   Buzz feed By Nathanael Johnson Jack Wolf After bailing out automakers and Wall Street bankers, the U.S. government...

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BEES, BIRDS, BUILDINGS AND BOX...

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[Translate] Pollination nation: Create a pollinator-friendly habitat in your yard Derek Markham (@derekmarkham) Living / Lawn &...

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GMO companies are dousing Hawa...

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[Translate] The Kauai Cocktail By Paul Koberstein Shutterstock WAIMEA, HAWAII — The island of Kauai, Hawaii, has become Ground Zero...

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Beekeepers are breeding a race...

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[Translate] Rod Hatfield It’s a sunny June day and I’m standing in a lovely meadow. Birds are singing, flowers are in bloom, and the...

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Brazil’s Winning Lead on Carbo...

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[Translate]     A rain forest near Amazonas State capital Manaus, one of the World Cup venues. Photo by Neil Palmer/CIAT via...

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How a Big Agribusiness Firm In...

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[Translate]   Personal Health   AlterNet / By Kamil Ahsan Smear campaigns and coverups allowed a dangerous chemical to remain in...

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New Desalination Technologies ...

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[Translate]   Environment   Yale Environment 360 / By Cheryl Katz Long associated with turning seawater into drinking water, new...

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How Large-Scale Solar Power Ca...

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[Translate] Mother Nature Network  | By Sami Grover Solar power has been growing like crazy in recent years, particularly in terms of...

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How A Rise In Backyard Beekeep...

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[Translate] AP Photo/Mary Altaffer By Katie Valentine think progress Pavel Snejnevski showed up to the parking lot in Northeast D.C....

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HONEYBEE WAGGLE DANCE VIDEO

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[Translate] Honeybee waggle dance tells researchers about the health of the ecosystem (Video) Christine Lepisto (@greenanswer)...

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The Future of Food?

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[Translate]   TRUTHOUT   Imagine a fish farm and vegetable garden that produces 500,000 pounds of fresh fish and 150,000 heads...

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Put a bee on it: Portland “bee...

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[Translate] p class=”byline”>By Heather Hansman Bee Thinking Matt Reed is driving through Portland, Ore., with 20,000...

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Long-Awaited Plan To Fight Cal...

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[Translate] By Emily Atkin THINK PROGRESS Thijs Talluto, 3, of Los Angeles, plays in a fountain at Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles...

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ARE YOU WONDERING HOW TO START...

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[Translate] Katherine Martinko (@feistyredhair)  TREEHUGGER Living / Lawn & Garden © Elizabeth Johnson (used with permission) “A...

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Dead Babies and Utah’s C...

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[Translate] A sudden and extreme spike in neonatal mortality in Utah’s rural Uinta Basin is most probably related to the toxic...

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In ‘Pulse Flow,’ Colorado Rive...

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[Translate] By Ari Phillips THINK PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock It would seem a mirage. A sliver of water pulsing unevenly through...

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How Large-Scale Solar Power Ca...

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[Translate] Solar farms still require landscape maintenance, most notably to prevent grass from growing too high around the solar...

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