A new report takes a close look at the energy that goes into our food and offers tools for a better path forward.
Farmers could be big winners in any program to fight climate change. The author of a new book explains why they've hung back so far.
A New York Times editorial gives the push to label GMOs some cover in policy-wonk land -- and helps broaden the discussion over food-system transparency.
Ethanol uses up farmland and harms the climate even more than fossil fuels. But it's business, and somebody's making hay.
Methane digesters are making economic as well as environmental sense in Vietnam. They could do so everywhere -- here's how.
A new documentary brings "In Defense of Food" to cinematic life.
Efficient or exploitive? Poultry companies pit chicken farmers against one another in a "tournament" system.
Instead of flooding where it's not useful, California's winter deluges could be banked in the ground, helping farmers and revitalizing streams.
Our video explains how the organic rules are kind of like a school uniform.