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Health benefits associated with gardening run the gamut from stress relief to improved mental health, better nutrition and of course, exercise. In fact, some suggest a revival of home gardening could improve the health and well-being of entire nations.
Consumers, businesses and farmers spend $218 billion a year growing, processing, transporting and disposing of 62 million tons of food that never gets eaten. But these entrepreneurs have created solutions to help solve the problem.
As the food versus fuel debate continues, a new study was published arguing that biofuels are actually good for food security. However, the study is seriously flawed. Food Tank tells us why.
Dr. David Johnson explains how vegetables employ fungi to carry messages between them.
Ever wondered what to eat (or not eat) if you are concerned about the impacts of your food choices on the world around you?
Believe it or not, we rely more heavily on animals’ feces than you would think. Essentially, the poop from wild animals keeps the planet fertile by transporting nutrients deep from the ocean floor all the way to mountain tops, a recent study revealed.
John D Liu of the Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) has followed the Loess Plateau regeneration project for the past 15 years, and today, the once barren landscape is again filled with thriving forests, and farmers are again able to produce abundant amounts of food.
The city of Calgary has hired a herd of goats to manage weeds in public areas. Goats have been used to manage weeds in other cities before. Amazon even rents out goat grazers.
Scientific reports released for a conference today on disaster risk reduction warn that people are already dying and economies being hit by climate change − and that the dangers are growing.
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