A chance meeting in a Washington, D.C., bookstore turned into an hours-long conversation. Here are the highlights.
Sam Dryden led the Gates Foundation's farm program for five years, guided less by his background in Big Ag than his upbringing on a hardscrabble Appalachian farm.
This grandson of Jacques just lived in a James Bond-style undersea capsule, studying the effects of ocean acidification on coral reefs.
A reader frets that his buying binge could be bad for the planet. Umbra says this three-ring shopping circus can really get you in a bind.
From Emeryville, Calif., to the Big Apple, by rail, for the big September climate rally. It only takes three days. But there are workshops!
Learn how to prep and use (lots of) Swiss chard -- a savory slab galette with Gruyère is a great place to start.
This new slogan -- "It's not warming, it's dying" -- is bad in so many ways.
The famously cycle-friendly city has just outdone itself with a cool elevated roadway.
A modest local effort to build a seed library in Pennsylvania calls down the wrath of the state's farm regulators.
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