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- VAMPIRES (and the cold) HATE SUNLIGHT
Below is an essay I wrote for Adbusters’ “Big Ideas of 2047 issue.” It starts with the premise that we didn’t intentionally degrow to a sustainable future but are suffering through the ecological and economic collapse that seems more probable every day. Enjoy!
Now that the nonprofit environmental sector has for the … Continue Reading ››
By Sophie Wenzlau
Approximately one third of the food produced for human consumption every year—roughly 1.3 billion tons—is lost or wasted in fields, grocery stores, and kitchens around … Continue Reading ››
By Sophie Wenzlau and Laura Reynolds
Although Aunt Mabel’s Christmas trifle might top your list of current food concerns, there are a few other things about U.S. food and agriculture worth considering as you look back on 2012, and forward to 2013:
1. Farm Bill Deadlock. The 2008 Continue Reading ››
By Molly Redfield
Asphalt-strewn streets and blank-faced skyscrapers dominate city landscapes. But in recent years, cities have also become places where anything from rooftop pumpkin patches to herb-crowded windowsills flourish. With the right ingredients—healthy soil, enough sunlight, plenty of water, seeds, and, of course, the space to throw it all together—it seems as if urbanites can … Continue Reading ››