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Barilla, World’s Largest Pasta Company, Focuses on Sustainability
For any pasta enthusiast, the blue box is a familiar sight. Italian company Barilla is a supermarket staple; boxes of its pastas, from spaghetti to fusilli, line shelves in that ...
June 5, 2019
What We Can Learn From Our Parents and Grandparents in the Kitchen
My Auntie Rae was single and not much of a cook. Frugality ran through her veins, a vestige ...
April 16, 2019
Ilana Sharlin Stone
Cattle, Chicken, and Classrooms: the Ohio School Where Students Learn How to Farm
Olney Friends School, by virtue of their very own motto, "challenges students to grow." This growth is both ...
April 6, 2019
Plant-Based Diet for Health and Planet Can Win Beyoncé’s ‘Lifetime’ Concert Tickets
If you are thinking of adopting a healthier diet in 2019, you are not alone. Music's biggest power ...
February 1, 2019
From Bait to Plate, Blockchain Platform Tracks Food’s Journey
With a scan of their smartphones, consumers can now track the journey of their fish dinner from the ...
January 30, 2019
How to Cook With Your Kitchen Scraps
Stop! Don’t toss that banana peel! You have in your hands the beginnings of a perfectly plush and ...
January 15, 2019
Cohousing Is an Inclusive Approach to Smart, Sustainable Cities
The idea that technology will fix complex and systemic problems like climate change, poverty, the housing crisis, or ...
December 3, 2018
Time, Staffing Top Obstacles to Sustaining School Gardens
Lack of time and staff support are the two biggest barriers to school garden success, according to a ...
November 4, 2018
For Good Food—and Peace of Mind—Eat at These Restaurants
On most restaurant ranking lists—and in the minds of most diners—taste is of utmost importance. But for Sara ...
October 3, 2018
Jurisdictional Certification Approach Aims to Strengthen Protections Against Deforestation
Many companies that deal in commodities linked to heavy tropical deforestation, such as soy or timber, have made ...
May 16, 2017
Cattle Industry Lags Behind in Addressing Impact on Deforestation
In almost every aisle of the grocery store, you can find products from the palm oil, soy, wood, ...
May 16, 2017
Will There Really Be Enough Sustainable Palm Oil for the Whole Market?
In the summer of 2016, two of the world's largest producers of palm oil, which is found in ...
February 13, 2017
A Portrait of the Millennial Generation, Through the Lens of Liberal Education
NEW YORK—Clayton Colaw, a millennial working on his master's in sustainability at Columbia University, sees many things in ...
November 4, 2016
World Faces ‘Battle for Growth’
In February 2016, China declared in its National Congress that there will be a battle for growth. This ...
September 26, 2016
How Much Food Can Cities Produce?
Humans are fast becoming city dwellers. According to the United Nations, "The urban population of the world has ...
September 5, 2016
Biomass Subsidies Could Intensify Deforestation
Proposed legislation could, if passed, dramatically increase subsidies to America's biomass industry. A slew of concerns comes with ...
August 10, 2016
Geothermal: Tapping Earth’s Abundant Energy
Unlike wind and solar, geothermal provides steady energy and can serve as a more cost-effective and less environmentally ...
April 12, 2016
5 Startups at Foodbytes! Brooklyn Highlight Sustainability
These companies are right on trend.
March 5, 2016
A Professor’s Message for the Holidays: Time to Celebrate!
It's time to put aside our troubles and celebrate.
December 23, 2015
Big Shift to Biking Could Save $24 Trillion Globally
A global shift to increased cycling and electric biking could cut energy use and carbon dioxide emissions from ...
November 20, 2015
Pratt Institute Accelerates Struggling Designers Into Fashion Mavens
The program is geared toward people who have already started a business but just haven’t been able to ...
November 18, 2015
6 Things You Can Do With Coffee—After You’ve Finished Drinking It
Many of us depend on coffee to fuel our early morning meetings, mid-afternoon slumps or all-night study sessions.
October 31, 2015
Live Longer, Consume Less: Recipe for Slow Growth
Global growth no longer keeps the pace of just a decade ago. Researcher Joergen Oerstroem Moeller points to ...
October 25, 2015
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller
Drought Could Turn Millet Into American Food
Most people in the US put millet in the birdfeeder, but Amrita Hazra says we ought to eat ...
September 2, 2015
The Green-Tech Future Is a Flawed Vision of Sustainability
What does your vision of a sustainable future look like?
August 28, 2015
Big Organic Farms May Actually Add Emissions
Large-scale organic farming operations aren’t reducing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a review of almost a decade of ...
July 16, 2015
‘Slow Money’ Movement Would Keep Capital Nearby
The “slow money” movement seeks to match locally produced and environmentally friendly food and artisanal products and services ...
July 6, 2015
Hong Kong Leader Denounces Visiting US Officials for ‘Bias’ Views of Protests
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Ted Cruz Urges Administration to Release Transcripts of Biden’s Calls With Ukraine
Isabel van Brugen
US Lawmaker Criticizes Beijing Bullying After Visa Denial
Tens of Thousands of Hong Kong Protesters Plead for US Help
Gaetz Kicked Out of Impeachment Hearing, Claims Democrats Barring House Judiciary Committee Members
Trump: 1,000 US Troops Leaving Syria to Remain in the Region to Stop ISIS Revival
Mimi Nguyen Ly
China’s Latest Trade Data Reveal Economic Trouble Ahead, as Future of US–China Trade Talks Remains Unclear