Recent caricatures of food writers like Michael Pollan paint them as fickle fashionistas. But the food movement is far deeper than that.
Maine’s lobster population is flourishing thanks two highly destructive, human-induced forces: climate change and overfishing.
In warming seas, even lobsters think lobster is delicious. (Terrifying video included!)
Where you come down on nature -- cradle or battlefield? -- shapes how you think about the risks of genetically modified food.
Though world temperatures have been broadly static for the past five years, evidence still clearly points to a continuation of global warming.
New work on the Genuine Progress Indicator shows that global GDP is increasing, but global economic welfare no longer is. Can our species stop expanding before it hits limits?
Thanks to a woefully outdated system for regulating chemicals, a substance called n-propyl bromide remains in widespread use, despite its known harm to humans.
A small part of Ohio has secured the ignominious honor of becoming the most successful frackwater dumping ground in the state.
It's too bad we can't drill our way to economic equality.