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"The Green River, a tributary of the Colorado that runs through Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado, is a typically acute case. Split between an upper and lower basin, its water is used by seven states. Those upstream in Wyoming attempt to pull out as much water as possible before the hungry ...Read More
nature fights back algae poisoned by toxic run-off from local industry farming creates lethal fumes that ‘can kill you in seconds’ & smells so bad it keeps locals up at night
Dairy is a complicated industry this move is incredibly progressive. Wisconsin-based organic brand says they're now the largest food company in the world to be 100 percent powered by renewable energy. Organic Valley has committed to buying renewable energy credits (RECs) from the projects for the next 25 years, along with California-based organic soap company Dr. Bronner’s and the City ...Read More
Branding agroecology as a backward-looking, do-nothing approach to traditional agriculture is a defensive response to the failures of Green Revolution practices. In fact, agroecological sciences offer just the kinds of innovations small-scale farmers need to increase soil fertility, raise productivity, improve food and nutrition security, and build climate resilience.
"Right now, however, no such solution exists for organic farms, because the biodegradable plastic mulches on the market all contain petroleum-based materials."
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Your Questions About Food and Climate Change, Answered
Julia Moskin, Brad Plumer, Rebecca Lieberman, Eden Weingart, Nadja Popovichnytimes.com ↗︎
An easy read worth sharing with skeptical friends on food and its environmental impact.