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Just how big can bug-ranching grow?

Today, growing insects for food is a fringe phenomenon. And unless we can figure out ways to bring down the price of edible bugs, it may stay that way.


After all our crushin’, we’re crushed out

While you -- and we -- are likely very sad to see Madeleine and our weekly dose of girl crushin' go, fear not!


Farmworkers score big in new tomato deal

A major grocery distributer just signed on to participate in the Fair Food Program.

Climate & Energy

California restaurants stopped serving water. Does that matter?

Gone are the automatically filled glasses and self-serve water pitchers -- does that make a difference to California's ongoing drought?


Starbucks food: May contain deforestation palm oil

Activists are demanding Starbucks take meaningful action on its palm oil policies.


What you need to know about antibiotics in livestock

A look at the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Climate & Energy

Education increases belief in climate change — everywhere except in the U.S.

A study of Gallup poll data from around the world finds some surprising universal principles about climate beliefs -- and some critical exceptions.

Climate & Energy

If the EPA relaxes deadlines for CO2 cuts, will the U.S. still be able to keep its climate promises?

Sources say states and utilities will likely be given longer to comply with Obama's Clean Power Plan.

Keeping up with the kayaktivists

Portland activists try to block Shell ship from heading to Arctic

The kayaktivists are back, and this time they've got company.