Finding solutions for a sustainable food future means looking at different solutions for food production in cities as well as in rural areas. And two of these solutions are urban … Read more
Farming is an important topic when it comes to sustainability. As our global population continues to grow, and cities continue to expand, how much land is used for food production … Read more
As the world’s urban population is consistently increasing and people are moving to larger cities, new agriculture technology emerges to solve the ever-increasing carbon emissions and food shortages. Contrary to … Read more
Despite being generally better for the environment than meat and dairy, plant-based food is not always sustainable. Growing and selling vegetables, legumes, fruits, and nuts can greatly impact the environment … Read more
Dairy is a staple in many households all over the world. From a splash of cream in a cup of coffee to a dash of milk with cereal, it cannot … Read more
If you thought that beef was the worst meat for the environment, you are right. But not exactly for the reasons you may think—and other meats are taking their share of the blame now, too. The latest data from organizations in global sustainability have shed some new light on the worst types of meat for the environment, yet further confirming some environmentalists’ greatest concerns.
Did you know that eating fish that is unsustainably fished is not only one of the biggest threats to marine habitats and wildlife but also negatively impacts your health? And if you belong to the majority (77% of Americans to be precise) then sustainability already plays a role in your shopping decisions. So we had to ask: How can you buy sustainable fish?
Buying sustainable meat is not always an easy task. It’s not always easy to find, and it certainly isn’t easy on your wallet. And with all that time and money you are spending on sustainable meat, can you confidently say you know how to buy sustainable meat properly or that you know what sustainable meat actually means?
In a world where fruits are viewed (correctly) as essential components of a healthy lifestyle, little attention is usually given to their production and ecological sustainability. But as climate change slowly becomes a reality, it’s crucial to know some of the least sustainable fruits. And then to understand what makes them so unsustainable and how they could become more sustainable.