“Sometime in the course of the past decade I figured out that I needed to do more than write—if this fight was about power, then we who wanted change had to assemble some.”
The student-led movement to divest from fossil fuels is helping us think about the issue in a very different way.
Preliminary results from the 2012 Census of Agriculture show the increasing role of women in U.S. agriculture—especially on organic and small-scale farms.
Why moving utilities from corporate to public control puts energy, dollars, and decisions into the hands of local communities.
Hundreds of ordinary people are contributing to a crowd-sourced effort to measure Fukushima's impact.
A doctor discovers exposure to healthy farm soil holds keys to healthy bodies.
When this foodie chef was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes, he figured out how to get healthy without giving up his favorite foods.
Before fighting climate change, we must first confront our emotions about it.
Since I first published “Diet for a Small Planet” in 1971, the movement for food that is good for our bodies and our planet has blossomed beyond what I ever imagined. Here’s how.
We came to Occupy because of America’s dangerous gap between rich and poor. But equally distressing was how many of us suffered from diseases created by a food system that makes healthy food inaccessible to the poor.
Lian Pin Koh shows us how drones can be used for animal conservation, and keep an eye on poachers in the process.
At the Ponca Trail of Tears Spiritual Camp, tribal members and their ranchers are learning to understand each other as never before.