Organic agriculture can indeed do good things for the soil that reduce greenhouse gases. But overselling the advantages can backfire.
Politicians fighting over funding for school lunches are lurching toward loosening rules when they should really get serious about boosting funding.
In picking our diets, we pay far too much attention to basic research into phenomena we barely understand -- and not enough heed to our own senses.
Organic farmers, worried about contamination, win a local campaign, even though the state has its own new rules barring locales from regulating GMOs.
Oxfam names the 10 food companies that could make a difference in helping push governments to get serious about carbon emission regulations.
PlantVillage crowdsources responses to all sorts of farming questions from around the globe, pooling scholarly info with hands-on experience.
If we want to scale up the local food movement's ideas, here's a list of principles that could make all the difference.
The average children's breakfast cereal contains more than twice as much sugar as ice cream, and a dozen brands pack more than 50 percent sugar.
Greenpeace's useful annual report card tells you how each supermarket chain does, or doesn't, look out for the ocean and its wildlife.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.