The European Union is imposing a two-year ban on three types of neonicotinoid pesticides that have been found to seriously mess with bees.
Kimberly Wasserman wins the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for organizing her neighbors in Southwest Chicago to fight the power plants giving them asthma.
New York’s Zach Pickens resurrects the ancient art of seed saving — with a focus on plants that thrive on rooftops and fire escapes.
Michael Moss, author of “Salt Sugar Fat,” talks to Grist about how these three ingredients make processed food so addictive — for both consumers and companies.
We throw away almost half the food that’s produced in this country. These new mobile platforms save food from the dumpster and send it to hungry people instead.
By doubling its local-food purchasing in 2012, Bozeman’s Community Food Co-op joins the growing ranks of institutions around the country successfully connecting eaters with local farms.
Former Sierra Club President Adam Werbach says his new sharing platform, yerdle, will make snagging free stuff as easy as a trip to the store.
Remember when technology was going to shred our social fabric? Well, here’s an example of how it might be doing just the opposite.
Food Tank, a food-focused think tank, has ambitious plans to become a go-to resource for activists, policymakers, and farmers across the world.