Up to a fifth of our nation’s total energy use goes into growing, transporting, processing and eventually preparing our food. But those energy inputs are often hidden.
Turkey. Travel. Football. Turns out, only one of these is going to ruin your carbon-footprint score this Thanksgiving.
Local climate activists say the recent terrorist attacks aren’t going to keep them away from the Paris climate summit—or dampen their hopes for a big climate deal.
We're not suggesting you bug your host about it. But here are some pointers for spotting things on your plate that could be—and probably aren't—genetically engineered foods.
Hobby farmer Ken Chiacchia raises turkeys that are twice as big as a jumbo supermarket bird. But he says his bragging rights come from how they're raised—not how big they get.
So when Uncle Larry gets on his soapbox, is it better to let it go or take him on? Here are some tips for talking politics with family—thoughtfully.
The homogenization of the food supply not only means the loss of a more diverse way of eating, but the loss of important cultural legacies.
As Rust Belt cities embark on a post-industrial future, how can we build communities that are both sustainable and inclusive?