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Viewpoints features essays and interviews by the Center for a Livable Future’s staff, faculty, fellows and other affiliates. These opinions are opinions—not  representations of the Center’s priorities, activities or stances.


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Food Policy & Governance, Food Animal Production

Adam Sheingate: How Transparency Can Transform Food Systems

Professor Adam Sheingate believes that increased transparency in the food system is a tool we can use to make meaningful changes.

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Food Animal Production, Food Policy & Governance

Antibiotic Resistance: Progress and Peril with Lance Price

Professor Lance Price, who researches antibiotic resistance, has some thoughts about how to make progress improving food animal productions.

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Edward Dodge, 1936–2023

The Center will greatly miss a long-time friend and supporter who established the annual Dodge Lecture.

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Food Animal Production, Food Equity

Devon Hall: Science Joins Community in Hog CAFO Country

A North Carolina hog-country activist is using science to advocate for environmental justice and healthier communities.

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

Mighty Millets Have Potential for Positive Change

An overlooked grain, the mighty millet, has potential to mitigate climate change, improve nutrition, and make positive change in industrial food animal production.

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Food Animal Production, Food Systems & Climate Change, Food Policy & Governance, Food Equity

Bob Lawrence: The Long View on Food System Reform

Director emeritus Bob Lawrence reflects on CLF’s progress on creating positive change in industrial food animal production models.

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Jennifer Hartle, 1973—2022

The CLF will greatly miss Jennifer Hartle, CLF-Lerner Fellow from 2008 to 2013.

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Seafood & the Food System, Food Policy & Governance

Understanding Seafood Consumption: More Challenging Than It Looks

Household income and race/ethnicity play a role in seafood purchasing.

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Food Animal Production

USDA’s approach to meat labeling is failing

This op-ed first appeared in

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

Paolo di Croce: Biodiversity is Essential

Slow Food’s Paolo di Croce is on a mission to help people choose food that’s culturally meaningful and suited to local ecosystems.

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