The city council just passed legislation that will require new buildings to include green roofs and/or solar panels—and that will likely impact urban agriculture, too.
Does the California business make sense as a sustainable choice for New Yorkers?
Although they’re generally coping much better than their conventional dairy counterparts, “organic” is no longer synonymous with “safe” for farmers.
Let’s be honest: we’d all rather shop indoors in the winter.
In Unsavory Truth, Dr. Marion Nestle looks at how food companies influence public understanding of healthy food.
Rethink Food NYC connects the dots between reducing restaurant food waste and alleviating hunger.
Seamore’s and Yuji Ramen have teamed up to promote eating the invasive shellfish.
Experts say diversifying crops is a necessary step to protect against and reverse the effects of climate change.
In Paul Greenberg’s new book, he uses the health-promoting molecule as a lens through which to look at protecting oceans, how food production impacts climate change and more.
The Pace-Natural Resources Defense Council Food Law Initiative provides small farmers, food producers and food activists with pro bono legal services.
Just Salad was just honored by the EPA for its innovative reusable bowl program.
The city needs policies to support both well-funded, high-tech farm operations and community-run urban farms