Collaborating with business may not be as satisfying as waving a revolutionary banner, but it gets results.
It will cost $2.7 billion to stop dumping fertilizer in the Mississippi, where it ends up killing off everything in the Gulf of Mexico. And it's worth it.
The controversial, costly rail project is going to happen for sure. Politicians should stop trying to sabotage it and work on getting it right.
Surprise! This pesticide is nastier than we thought, says the EPA.
By aiming rules at eaters rather than farmers, California's bid to change poultry farming might actually succeed.
While high-profile issues aroused inflexible rhetoric, the food movement made real progress this year in a handful of important but less prominent areas.
Whether you end up changing the world or just your own health, eating less is a great idea.
What's in a name? Unilever, maker of Hellmann's, drops its lawsuit against the maker of an alternative, dairy-free mayo.
From school lunches to GMOs to cow farts, the effort to fund the federal government came with more than its share of food-related compromises and regulatory trimming.
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