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When it Comes to Food Justice, Am I a Marxist?

(Photo: Natalie Maynor/Flickr) By Darryl Benjamin An interesting thing happened to me on my way to the Farm-to-Table movement. I discovered I might be a Marxist. More... Continue Reading

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Why Going Green Is Not Enough to Save the Planet

By Alexander Nathanson (Photo: James Cridland/Flickr) In the 21st century, where environmental protection has become vital to the future of the planet, we have seen eco-friendly practices... Continue Reading

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To Label or Not to Label: The Debate on GMO Labeling Laws

By Darryl Benjamin As the debate rages on between those who want GMO food products to carry labels and those who don’t, a larger question looms quietly... Continue Reading

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Inspirations for Black Faces, White Spaces

The Rubenstein School of Environment A Bit of Background Despite the fact I wrote a book about the relationship between African Americans and the environment—and have studied... Continue Reading

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Hard Cider Production on the Rise, But Challenges Remain

By Terry Bradshaw Hard cider production in the U.S. has increased an average of 73 percent annually since 2008. That’s a lot of apples, and Vermont fruit... Continue Reading