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Find out how the CLF is engaged in positive food systems change.

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Food Equity

Field Trip Day

At NAFCO Seafood, Inc., we listened to Jeff explain how NAFCO supplies the entire northeast coast with recognizable, affordable fish that appeal to average Americans.

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Food Systems & Climate Change, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Art Is the Answer

Jesse Oak Taylor spoke about the challenges facing scientists when trying to communicate the urgencies and complexities of ecological crisis to the public.

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Food Policy & Governance, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

On the Horizon: The Future of Biofuels

Biofuels expert Donna Perla opines on opportunities and challenges of a more bio-based economy.

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Food Animal Production

The Air Down There: Dairy Ops in Yakima Valley, Washington

"These dairy facilities influence the environment outside of them, beyond the fence lines of the facility."

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Food Animal Production, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Decline in U.S. Meat Purchases: Public Health, Environmental Implications

From 2007 through 2011, estimated levels dropped by over 12 percent and are projected to continue to decline through 2012.

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Food Animal Production, Food Policy & Governance

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: FDA on Cephalosporin, Penicillin, and Tetracycline

Last Tuesday, the U.S.

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Food Policy & Governance, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Corn Ethanol: How Much Energy Are We Actually Gaining?

Ethanol’s life cycle includes feedstock, production, transport, and burning.

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Food Policy & Governance, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Transporting Corn Ethanol to Your Gas Tank: No Walk in the Park

What happens after the corn is processed into ethanol? How does it get from the plant to your gas tank, and what are the concerns along the way?

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Food Equity

Q & A with Olivier De Schutter on the Right to Food

UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Olivier De Schutter insisted that hunger—and famine—is not a crisis of productivity but a crisis of power.

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Food Policy & Governance, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

The Genesis of Corn-Fed Cars

Today, 40 percent of the corn crop in the U.S. goes to ethanol production.

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