In their book, "The Locavore's Dilemma," Pierre Desrochers and Hiroko Shimizu argue that a widespread embrace of local food could have "disastrous effects." We wanted to know more.
A Maryland organic farm's battle against development raises big questions about the future of food and farming in this country.
Artist and activist Marc Bamuthi Joseph says the first step toward greening the inner city is fostering an appreciation for life. The next step? Take the green brand back from the Prius-driving vegans.
TreeHugger founder Graham Hill's new venture, LifeEdited, markets a high-end version of downsizing to those who can afford it.
The creator of the new DIY-themed book "Homesweet Homegrown" shares a few secrets and a recipe.
ParkScore measures and ranks the park systems of the country’s 40 largest cities. How does your hometown stack up?
This urban homesteader started a seasonal shop where farmers in the city can buy supplies at a decent price, take classes, and ask for advice.
New awards roll out the “green carpet” for old buildings that have been given eco-tastic upgrades you probably can’t even see.
Celebrity chef and real-food champion Jamie Oliver has declared May 19 Food Revolution Day -- and people all over the world are answering the call.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.