Perdue Moves to Make School Meals Great Again In 2010, Congress passed the bipartisan Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act (part of what some might describe as part of the Obamas’ legacy). The law included ‘new school meal guidelines, supported by the Institute … Read More
Posts tagged: Climate Change
Response to Roll Backs on Healthy School Food; Superfoods Trending Yet Fair Trade Wins; Pruitt Dismisses Twelve Scientists from EPA; Is Eating Salt is Back?
Stop Deconstruction of the EPA; Help Protect Farm Workers; Protest the Veto of Farm to Food Bank Bill; Say NO to Chemicals in Our Food; Save the Bees and Support Organics
The EPA is Being Deconstructed Right Now Trump campaigned on a promise to revoke much of Obama’s legacy, including regulations on climate change. He’s made good on that promise at the EPA by nominating Pruitt to head the agency, a man … Read More
iEat Green Joined the Women’s March in Washington DC!, Next Steps to Unify the Movement; Jennifer Harris from The Rudd Center for Food Policy Joins Bhavani on the Progressive Radio Network!
Hi All, I always come back from a March in Washington feeling energized and motivated to connect with others to keep the momentum going. This is a particularly crucial time, and there are so many grassroots organizations taking up the … Read More
Highlights of 2016-Shocking Stories in Food Politics; Obama Steps Up to Save Soil; Hottest Year Ever is Here
The Most Shocking in Food Politics 2016 In case you missed this shocking moments in food politics, this article sums up some of the wins and the losses in our fight for a clean and fair food system. Though most … Read More
Hi Everyone, This morning I had the pleasure of talking with Patrick Holden, the Founder and Director of the Sustainable Food Trust, about their work and the need create a global grassroots food movement that is so big, that our … Read More
People’s Assembly Convene to Counter Ecocide; Coffee On the Decline; Tyson Invests in Plant-based Meats
People’s Assembly Convenes to Counter Ecocide Last Friday’s opening session began a three-day conference held in The Hague, Netherlands, where visitors from all over the world discussed strategies to counter the problems caused by industrial agriculture. The most popular (and largest) offender responsible for … Read More
4th Annual Yale Food Systems Symposium on September 30th, 2016 in New Haven, CT at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, focused on the theme of Feeding a Growing World: Perspectives in 2016. The Symposium will bring diverse scholars and … Read More