Sustainability Matters: July 18, 2014

 

Detroit’s water crisis is a failure of policy and the side effect of an antiquated water system, an issue many major cities will face in the next decade. [Grist]

 

The expansion of African plantations responsible for palm oil production, which can be found in countless processed foods, is linked to deforestation that threatens great ape species in the region. [NPR]

 

A new study finds that some food packaging contains potentially dangerous chemicals that could contaminate food through migration. [Food Politics]

 

Laboratory-grown meat could help to fight climate change and other environmental issues,... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: April 4, 2014

 

Ocean acidification, “climate change’s evil twin," is the subject of increased research by global oceanographic institutes. [Grist]

 

Advances in “fake meat” alternatives may mean big business for food producers while benefiting the environment. [NY Times]

 

Got Milk? A bipartisan coalition of House members seek to end the ban on interstate marketing of raw milk. [Food Politics]

 

A Honduran Liberación farmer explains the benefits of Rainforest Alliance sustainable palm oil cooperative certification. [... Read more >

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