|Ethicurean- Sustainable, organic, local, and/or ethical food- News, Food policy, Food safety, recipes...|
|NoTakeOut is a website for super easy meal planning, shopping, and cooking. You can subscribe to have a recipe sent to you daily. The ingredient lists are short, the instructions clear, and there are lots of organic and vegetarian options.|
|Mighty Foods site is about natural foods, organic ingredients, fair-trade products, veg-friendly recipes, sustainable farming, whole grains, organic wines, ingredient spotlights, news, profiles, reviews, gift ideas, new product information, culinary travel ideas, studies and trends - information and inspiration.|
|Civil Eats promotes critical thought about sustainable agriculture and food systems as part of building economically and socially just communities. With 40+ contributors.|
|Cheap Healthy Good Each day a different posting- Monday: Recipe, Tuesday: Megalinks & City Kitchen Chronicles, Wednesday: Article, Thursday: Favorites of the Week & Veggie Might, Friday: Recipe.|
|Slashfood is a member of the Weblogs, Inc. Network.|
|''Americans eat 815 billion calories of food each day -
that's roughly 200 billion more than needed - enough to feed 80 million people.
Plus, Americans throw out 200,000 tons of edible food daily.''
|Nutrition Data- well presented nutritional analysis, news and blog. Condé Nast Publications. Analyze your recipes for detailed nutrient information and tracking and then save them on site! Info such as nutrient loses due to processing, food comparisons, lots more.|
|Food Production Daily is a daily online news service that seeks out news stories and data of value to decision-makers in food and beverage development in Europe. They scan available scientific, technical and industry sources and search out previously unpublished material, primary data and expert opinions in all areas of food production.|
|Veg Source -- all sorts of news and information for vegetarians and vegans, message boards, advice, recipes, political and philosophical articles, lifestyle features, and more. This site is not just for vegetarians, but also for people who are making the transition to becoming vegetarian, or who are open to considering it. ***|
|Henry's Farm. ”Organic Matters” By Henry Brockman (Excerpt) *** A must read !|
|NY Times article on small scale farming. "Change We Can Stomach" By DAN BARBER Published: May 11, 2008. ***|
|Conservation Magazine. "The Problem of What to Eat"
Organic farming and eating locally make intuitive sense. But does conventional wisdom about eating sustainably hold up to the science? July-September 2008.
|"Unhappy Meals" By Micheal Pollan. NY Times.
Published: January 28, 2007. "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants."
|Trees for Life. Moringa leaves could practically wipe out malnutrition on our planet.|
|Videos: see Videos page...|
|The True Cost of Food: A campaign to promote sustainable food choices from the Sierra Club National Sustainable Consumption Committee. Animated.|
|Michael Pollan asks us to see things from a plant's-eye view -- to consider the possibility that nature isn't opposed to culture, that biochemistry rivals intellect as a survival tool. By merely shifting our perspective, he argues, we can heal the Earth. Who's the more sophisticated species now? (Recorded March 2007 in Monterey, California. Duration: 17:31.)|
|'What's wrong with what we eat' New York Times food writer Mark Bittman weighs in on what's wrong with the way we eat now (too much meat, too few plants; too much fast food, too little home cooking), and why it's putting the entire planet at risk. TED.|
|In developing countries, 2.5 billion people rely on
biomass, such as wood, charcoal, agricultural waste and animal dung for cooking.
Recent Issues Blog Posts
Methane hydrate, will it be a godsend and replace dirty coal and oil within the next five years, or will it delay our investment in renewable energy and set us on an ever longer road of hydrocarbon addiction?
A destruction of the world's resources, leaving long term greenhouse gas emissions, water pollution and habitat loss.
A new infographic from Healthy Child, Healthy World.
The World Health Organization and the United Nations Environment Programme have just listed endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) a "global threat" after the release of a collaborative study.
Recent Building Blog Posts
Ancient as gardening. Wattling is fun and attractive.
Since Neolithic times we have fenced our sheep and vegetables in this easy to make (albeit time consuming) wooden fence.
The earth-house uses the ground as an insulating blanket that efficiently protects it from temperature extremes, wind, rain and extreme weather events.
Underground homes with a modern bent. A large thermal mass stabilizes inside temperatures, giving you free heat in the winter, free cooling in the summer.
Recent Art Blog Posts
With no architecture or crafts in their culture, body painting and ornament are these tribe's artistic avenue.
Decommissioned and ready for reuse as art.
A small sampling of painters who have been inspired by seeds...
The intricacy and diversity of the seed.
Recent Movies Blog Posts
reveals the undemocratic process of forcing dams onto an unconsenting public by governments
The many voices of the film share a unified vision: we must start acting as a planetary civilization.
a journey into the soul of humanity and a testimony of the damage inflicted by humans on the natural world...
Hazaribagh is ranked among the 30 most polluted places in the world.