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Does Obama Support Sustainable Agriculture? 24.8.2010 TreeHugger
Does Obama Support Sustainable Agriculture?
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Maria Rodale: Make Mine Organic 23.8.2010 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Today I'd like to share an excerpt from Organic Manifesto. We can feed the world with organic foods and farming. Despite the propaganda churned out...
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Three Pillars of a Food Revolution 22.8.2010 Truthout - All Articles

As marketers learn to fake climate-friendly food, how do we spot the real thing? Anna Lappé says it's a question of values.

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PHOTOS: 7 Modern Day Green Communes From Around the World 21.8.2010 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Whether you call it co-housing, eco-villages, intentional community living or modern day communes, shared living with an eco-focus is experiencing a boom that rivals the...
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Are these small dogs more eco-friendly than your lab? [SLIDESHOW] 21.8.2010 From A to Green
by Stephanie Herbst. Man’s best friend may also be man’s best accomplice in degrading our natural environment. Don’t let Fido fool you with those puppy-dog eyes—behind that furry facade is a cold-blooded carbon emitter. OK, that might be stretching it, but your pet’s carbon pawprint is probably larger than you think. We’re not barking mad—take a look at the stats. A medium-sized dog eats about 360 pounds of meat annually —more than the average American human, who consumes about 200 pounds (and that’s still a lot). “Owning a dog really is quite an extravagance, mainly because of the carbon footprint of meat,” says John Barrett of the Stockholm Environment Institute in the U.K. ...
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Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution 20.8.2010 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
As marketers learn to fake climate-friendly food, how do we spot the real thing? It's a question of values.
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Ronnie Cummins: Kellogg's Loves Genetically Engineered Foods 20.8.2010 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Let Kellogg's know that organic consumers don't appreciate Kellogg's "so-what" attitude toward the genetic contamination of organic crops!
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Three pillars of a food revolution 19.8.2010 Grist Magazine
by Anna Lappe. A few years ago, I stumbled on a United Nations study that transformed how I think about the climate crisis. In the report, researchers pegged greenhouse gases from the livestock sector at 18 percent of total global emissions. Combine this with other aspects of our food chain—from agricultural chemical production to agribusiness driven deforestation to food waste rotting in landfills—and food and agriculture sector is responsible for nearly one third of the planet’s manmade emissions. Move over Hummer; it’s time to say hello to the hamburger. It doesn’t take high-level math to realize if we’re serious about averting the climate crisis, we need to add the food chain to our conversation. (Of ...
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Sustainable Dreaming (and Eating) in the Jungles of Costa Rica 19.8.2010 TreeHugger
Sustainable Dreaming (and Eating) in the Jungles of Costa Rica
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Maria Rodale: A Visit to My Kitchen: Max Goldberg 19.8.2010 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Today Max Goldberg is in my kitchen, talking about his views on healthy clean living and clean water. Max writes a blog about organic food...
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Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture 18.8.2010 Small Business | GreenBiz.com

Food is precious and perishable, and agriculture is extremely complicated. Adding sustainability to the mix makes it more so. Farmers and representatives for food processors, crop science companies, coffee growing cooperative and some of the world's major brands gathered in San Francisco recently to confront this thorny topic.

Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture
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Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture 18.8.2010 Small Business | GreenBiz.com

Food is precious and perishable, and agriculture is extremely complicated. Adding sustainability to the mix makes it more so. Farmers and representatives for food processors, crop science companies, coffee growing cooperative and some of the world's major brands gathered in San Francisco recently to confront this thorny topic.

Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture
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Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture 18.8.2010 Business Operations | GreenBiz.com

Food is precious and perishable, and agriculture is extremely complicated. Adding sustainability to the mix makes it more so. Farmers and representatives for food processors, crop science companies, coffee growing cooperative and some of the world's major brands gathered in San Francisco recently to confront this thorny topic.

Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture
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Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: 10 Surprising Tips for a Green Pregnancy (PHOTOS) 18.8.2010 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Send all your eco-inquiries to Jennifer Grayson at eco.etiquette@gmail.com. Questions may be edited for length and clarity. No one would accuse me of being a...
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7 Great New Food Books For Sustainable Eating 18.8.2010 TreeHugger
7 Great New Food Books For Sustainable Eating
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Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture 18.8.2010 GreenBiz.com

Food is precious and perishable, and agriculture is extremely complicated. Adding sustainability to the mix makes it more so. Farmers and representatives for food processors, crop science companies, coffee growing cooperative and some of the world's major brands gathered in San Francisco recently to confront this thorny topic.

Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture
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The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability 17.8.2010 Small Business | GreenBiz.com

An event last week brought together farmers and giant food conglomerates to develop new ways of working together to bring the environment back to the farm.

The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability
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The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability 17.8.2010 Small Business | GreenBiz.com

An event last week brought together farmers and giant food conglomerates to develop new ways of working together to bring the environment back to the farm.

The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability
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The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability 17.8.2010 Business Operations | GreenBiz.com

An event last week brought together farmers and giant food conglomerates to develop new ways of working together to bring the environment back to the farm.

The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability
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The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability 17.8.2010 GreenBiz.com

An event last week brought together farmers and giant food conglomerates to develop new ways of working together to bring the environment back to the farm.

The Changing Winds for Agricultural Sustainability
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