We highlight the connections among food, water and energy, promoting a sustainable future through our projects including:
California is a major agricultural state. California is also a major oil-producing state. And never the twain shall meet, right? Not quite, and the use of recycled oil field wastewater as irrigation water for food crops has raised concerns about their coexistence.
The sustainable food movement’s diverse roles require people with a variety of backgrounds, skills and interests. There are so many ways to apply different college majors to a future working in food sustainability!
The FDA recently approved genetically modified (GM) salmon despite widespread opposition from scientists and consumers. Urge grocery chains to refuse to sell this risky fish!
Sometimes BigAg and other corporate juggernauts put profits before being truthful about how their businesses impact communities, animals and the planet. Often times it takes huge effort to uncover the truth. When we find the results of these efforts, we’ve got to put them in Eco News!