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Tomatoes in grocery store. Photo: GoToVan/flickr
Lois Ross | What we eat definitely has climate impact but there is often more than meets the eye when you consider how to eat sustainably. Here's an easier way to break down your carbon footprint.
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Winter fruit and spice. Photo: Thomas Nilsson/flickr
Lois Ross | The New Year is just a few weeks away -- a good time for reflection. My resolution this year is going to be all about how I can work towards sustainable eating practices.
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Steffanie Pinch | We can't all go vegan but most of us want to reduce our reliance on destructive food systems -- here are some ideas.
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Sally Miller | Sustain Ontario's 'Bring Food Home' conference emphasized local food and production initiatives and food justice initiatives growing in response to systemic racism in the food system.
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Meagan Perry | Meagan Perry experimented with growing vegetables in her driveway and had some interesting results.
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Twilight Greenaway | Twilight Greenaway breaks down what a CAFO is and it's environmental and sociological repercussions and states the onus is on the consumer to buy local, ethical meat.
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rabble staff | Join rabble's Eat Local! food and sustainability challenge September 29 to October 6 as we incorporate local foods and sustainability actions into our weekly lives!
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UNRISD | This video on agriculture in a sustainable world is part of the UN Research Institute for Sustainable Development project "Social Dimensions of Green Economy and Sustainable Development."
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Ralph Surette | Food prices are at their highest levels ever and poised to rise higher (eight per cent in Canada). This news was working its way to prominence a few weeks ago when other events washed over it.