California Water Wars: Another...

Mar 25, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   By Ellen Brown, The Web of Debt Blog | News Analysis In California’s epic drought, wars over water rights...

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Earth at Risk in New Epoch Rul...

Mar 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   By Paul Brown, Climate News Network  VIA TRUTHDIG     A nighttime image compiled from satellite data shows many...

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New Report Shows That The Most...

Mar 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Emily AtkinCLIMATE PROGRESS Spraying Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup could cause cancer, the World Health Organization...

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This Is What Humanity’s ...

Mar 22, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   A new photo book from conservation experts aims to shine a light on humanity’s impact on the planet and...

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To Solve California’s Water Cr...

Mar 21, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Sonali Kolhatkar  TRUTHDIG   Irrigation water running along a dried-up ditch between rice farms in Richvale, Calif. (AP /...

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Guerilla gardening: strategies...

Mar 21, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Abigail Doan,INHABITAT Regardless of whether you are an urban, suburban, or rural dweller, there is inevitably a patch...

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Seed Libraries Are Sprouting U...

Mar 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Environment Amid government crackdown, seed libraries expand biodiversity and food access. By Christopher D. Cook /...

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Eat at Your Own Risk: Flawed F...

Mar 10, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]  By Alex James, Truthout | Op-Ed (Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) For the past two decades, developers of genetically...

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Dahr Jamail | The “Mega-...

Mar 10, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Since 2011, destruction of the oceans has not only continued, but it has increased dramatically. (Photo: Dead Coral Reef...

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The GOP’s king corn problem

Mar 9, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Shutterstock By Donald Carr GRIST Republican politics — especially the presidential primary — have become a contest of...

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Are shrooms the new pesticide?

Mar 5, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Endophytic fungi growing between tall fescue cells    Nick Hill Fungal fever By Nathanael Johnson Scientists in...

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ReFreshing a Community

Mar 4, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   Related Content Hub: Explorers in America Jeff Schwartz, executive director of Broad Community Connections,and I sat in...

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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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LESTER BROWN: “VAST DUST...

Feb 26, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/feb/25/lester-brown-vast-dust-bowls-threaten-tens-of-millions-with-hunger...

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NOW CLEARED FOR LANDING AT AIR...

Feb 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] By DANIELLE BEURTEAUX    NYTIMES Photo Bees cluster at the base of a hive located on an outlying field at...

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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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Diane Rehm Examines the Danger...

Feb 5, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   COLE MELLINO OF ECOWATCH ON BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT (Photo: EcoWatch)Article reprinted with permission from EcoWatch...

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN THE ...

Feb 2, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] THE DIRT  by J.R. Taylor Yoko Ono and Project 120 Collaborate to Reimagine Chicago’s Jackson Park – Arch Daily, 1/16/15...

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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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CALIFORNIA RAINS BRING LITTLE ...

Jan 30, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] By Kieran Cooke, Climate News Network  VIA TRUTHDIG     Parched agricultural land in California’s drought-hit San Joaquin...

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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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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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Is “resilience” the new sustai...

Jan 14, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Shutterstock By Laurie Mazur and Denise Fairchild GRIST Suddenly, “resilience” is everywhere. It’s the subject of serious...

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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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Landscape Architecture in the ...

Jan 10, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] THE DIRT by J.R. Taylor The Slow Rebirth of Dumbarton Oaks Park – The Washington Post, 12/17/14 “Given the magnitude of...

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Landscape Architecture for a C...

Jan 10, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] THE DIRT by Yoshi Silverstein What is the purpose of landscape architecture in the 21st century? Is it to beautify public...

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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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