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Food

Finding the magic and manure in one family’s farming chronicles

The Brockman family writes about the challenges of the seasons, the hard realities of farming organically, and the turmoil of climate change.

THIRST FOR JUSTICE

Apparently, water is a luxury in Detroit, not a right

A judge says Detroit can continue to cut off water to residents because the city "can't afford any revenue slippage."

Food

Why Wyoming is doing bison right

How Prairie Monarch Bison Ranch is building a better food system.

Prost!

Germany kicks our butts, again, at clean energy

The country has hit another renewable energy milestone, sourcing more than a quarter of its electricity from renewables.

Climate & Energy

Why you should be hopeful about the climate movement

The People’s Climate March flipped the script on a movement.

Politics

Who cares if your state is being fracked to hell? Let’s talk DRESS SHOPPING!

The GOP is using a tone-deaf, insulting political ad campaign in the Pennsylvania governor's race.

Food

10 things that would fix the food system faster than GMO-labeling

What if we took the energy and money that's invested in fighting over GMO labeling and put it into laws that would really make a difference?

Avocad'oh!

Our guac obsession is hanging Chile out to dry

Drought and water scarcity are making it harder to grow avocados in Chile, a major supplier to the United States during winter months.

Climate & Energy

No, you actually haven’t found a way to reach conservatives on climate change

Some people cite polls and psychological research to argue that it's possible to appeal to conservatives on climate change. If only it were so.

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