The new National Strategy emphasizes interagency collaboration to create a more circular economy.
By telling eaters the story behind their food, chefs can help others understand how their dietary choices impact the environment.
A new report offers a framework of hope, envisioning a hunger-free world and community-based decision making.
New York City Mayor’s Office of Food Policy announced the city’s commitment to reducing food-based emissions by 33 percent by 2030.
The USDA’s investment in climate-smart agriculture is raising questions among key players in the sustainable agriculture movement.
Soils are living, biodiverse ecosystems, home to microscopic organisms that fix nitrogen and break down organic materials.
Funds that are not re-invested into the company will help to protect biodiversity and communities.
Sheldon Krimsky, a professor of 47 years, is remembered by his colleagues as humble, caring, and of high integrity.