A self-sustaining ecosystem capable of thriving in Mesa’s harsh desert climate using only a tenth of the water that traditional agriculture uses.
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The “work” done by pollinating bumblebees each year would cost $200 billion dollars without them.
Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative. Eco Chick attended the Clinton Global Initiative earlier this week and listened to many of our world’s greatest […]
If it’s true that there are sayers and there are doers, Danielle Nierenberg falls firmly into the latter camp. Danielle is currently traveling through sub-saharan […]
Last month, when Starre asked us all for our New Year’s resolutions, I didn’t have to think twice about them because I’ve been thinking so […]
Food Democracy Now! is a grassroots campaign comprised of farmers, writers, activists, policy advocates and people who eat. A petition is circulating to bring our […]
Dear President-elect Obama, After a long, hard and contentious campaign you’ve won the Presidency of the United States. Congratulations. Take a moment to enjoy your […]
For anyone else who digs on books that examine how PR shapes public perception, Will Allen’s new book, The War on Bugs is the latest […]
I want my child to connect with nature, but how can a suburban park be designed to both protect visitors from Lyme disease–carrying ticks and […]
Originally posted on The Huffington Post on November 14th, 2007 Photo from Channel14.com. In 1621 the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians stuffed their faces […]