Jenny Eng

Jenny Eng is a writer based in Brooklyn. She's written about food, technology, and the arts for Mashable, Conde Nast Traveler, and whomever else will let her.

Trash talk: A visual tour through the e-waste recycling process

We visit an e-waste collection center and recycling facility to follow deceased gadgets as they go through the stages of reincarnation.

Life recycle: How e-waste recycling gives your gadgets a fresh start

A growing number of states are requiring proper disposal of electronics. Here's what you need to know about the e-waste recycling process.

For New Yorkers, a farmers market on your phone

An experimental online marketplace hopes to fill two gaping holes in the community-supported agriculture business model: choice and convenience.

GMO-labeling game plan: California or bust!

GMO labeling advocates have tried a variety of tactics this year; get the rundown on what hasn't worked so far and what just might.

Farmers advance in their suit against Monsanto

In one corner you have the biotech seed giant, in the other you have 83 non-GMO seed producers, farmers, and agricultural organizations who want Monsanto to stop suing and threatening them.