Aaron Mok
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Aaron Mok is a recent graduate from Binghamton University who studied Environmental Planning and Economics. He is interested in exploring urban agriculture, the intersection between climate and gender,race,and class, and global environmental justice movements. When he’s not contemplating our current state of environmental affairs, you can find him perusing his local plant stores and meandering nearby farmers markets in search for the best produce.

At High Risk for COVID-19, Immokalee Farmworkers Demand Health Care Protections From the State of Florida

Farmworkers in Immokalee, Florida, have been deemed essential during COVID-19, but are still forced to live and work in close quarters without basic health care. The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is calling on Gov. DeSantis to fix this.

23 Organizations Eliminating Food Waste During COVID-19

Here are 23 organizations eliminating food waste during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Grocery Store Workers On The Frontlines of COVID-19

Grocery store workers are risking their lives providing essential services to Americans.

VeggieRx Is Feeding Central Oregon’s Most Vulnerable Communities

High Desert Food & Farm Alliance’s VeggieRx program aims to encourage sustainable, healthy eating habits among Central Oregon’s most vulnerable communities.

Canada’s Agriculture Industry Expected To Receive Three Billion Canadian Dollars

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year federal, provincial, and territorial project to invest three billion dollars into Canada’s agriculture sector.

The Amazon Is Approaching its “Tipping Point,” Scientists Say

As deforestation and wildfires sweep across the Amazon rainforest, imminent destruction of world’s largest rainforest is on the horizon, claim rainforest experts Dr. Thomas Lovejoy and Dr. Carlos Nobre.

How Columbia University May Play a Role in the “Food Gentrification” of West Harlem

Since the 1980s, West Harlem has been experiencing rapid gentrification. Columbia University may be contributing to the community’s changes, especially to its food landscape.

Integrating Sustainability Into Supply Chains—It Takes Data

Land’ O Lakes Tina May and Campbell’s Don Sonke discuss how agtech tool TruTerra Insights Engine is revolutionizing traditional farming.

Food Is the Cause—And Cure—For Health and Environment, Says Dr. Hyman

Physician and NY Times best selling author Dr.Mark Hyman joins NowThis reporter Lucy Biggers in a conversation on America’s food system’s linkages to health outcomes and the environment and offers a call-to-action on how we can fix it.