This week's Eco News features stories about the balance sustainable fishing must strike between over fishing and emissions; what Mondays have to do with sticking to your New Year's resolution; if the new FDA restrictions on antibiotics will curb the rise of super bugs - and much more!
This week's Eco News features stories about antibiotic use in livestock; changing tastes to a more plant-based diet; a community's resistance against another hog farm - and much more!
So, it's 2017. The new year. Lots of changes will be taking place in 2017, most of them we can't control. Which is why our personal food choices matter now more than ever. This is where New Year's resolutions can come in handy. Resolving to be more sustainable in the new year is a great way to make the world a better place and your life a healthier one.
This week's Eco News features stories about the true cost of industrial meat production; what your mind has to do with food waste; the battle to convince Americans to eat meatless burgers - and much more!
Meet Regina Northouse, executive director of Food Recovery Network which has recovered and donated more than 1.5 million pounds of food that otherwise would have gone to waste. Read on to find out what students have taught her about making a positive impact and what she would change about the food system.
This week's Eco News features stories about Detroit's new 'agrihood'; America's trust towards scientists on food issues; antibiotic resistant bacteria on a hog farm - and much more!
This week's Eco News features stories about the relationship between deforestation and Big Food; big wins for soda taxes; a ban on the extreme confinement of farm animals in Massachusetts - and much more!
This week's Eco News features stories about the shortcomings of GMO crops; egg mislabeling; a farm that runs entirely on sun and saltwater - and much more!
This week's Eco News features stories about junk food as a human rights concern;why avocado prices are skyrocketing at the market; how the food industry is going beyond looks to combat waste - and much more!
This week's Eco News features stories about the carnivore's paradox; how you can indulge in sustainable sushi (phew!); why factory farms are under serious scrutiny in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew - and much more!
As record floodwaters recede, the state surveys the hurricane's damage to livestock and their waste. Environmentalists weigh in.
When you think about Thanksgiving turkey, what else comes to mind? No, not mashed potatoes and gravy: we're talking about cranberries. Most people either love or hate their sweet-tart flavor. We happen to love cranberries, but once we started looking into the impacts that conventional farming methods have on the environment, our relationship turned a little sour.
This week's Eco News features stories about the Obama administration's role in the food movement; how Parmesan cheese may be fooling you; technology's role in putting an end to factory farming - and much more!
Your diet makes up the vast majority of your water footprint. Here are nine tips for how to make your diet choices much more water-friendly!
This week's Eco News features stories about how Americans are eating more and more meat; why perennial wheat may become a centerpiece on the dinner table; how tiny Denmark is making big strides in the fight against food waste - and much more!
This week's Eco News features stories about the power of soil; why grass-fed beef is on a roll; investors putting their money behind a shift from meat to plants - and much more!