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Redeye Collective | Author Mike Berners-Lee figured out the carbon footprint of more than a hundred things, from sending an email or installing solar panels to starting a war.
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Wayne Roberts | Suppose they held a climate action and everybody came. Everyone can participate in climate action every day. Here's how.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Auditor General included the Northern Nutrition program in his fall 2014 report. He found major problems in the program the Conservatives set up three years ago.
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Wayne Roberts | 500 food advocates gathered in Halifax to talk about what the food movement has achieved and what their powerhouse can accomplish next.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin tackle the issue of food waste in a film about what happened when they stopped buying groceries for six months and survived exclusively on discarded food.
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Miriam Katawazi | While preparing for Ramadan, a Toronto lawyer had an idea. Why not use the month of fasting to collect donations for food banks, and help the hungry? Give 30 was born.
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Laura Brightwell | How can we create food positive and non-shaming workplaces?
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Feeding My Family | How much would you pay for expired food? Some Northern stores sell it at high prices. Feeding My Family has organized a protest, and asks that you send a letter to your MP.
Blog
Christina Turner | Conflict Kitchen is a Pittsburgh restaurant that only serves food from countries that the U.S. is in conflict with.
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Laura Brightwell | Being fat, eating in public and being shamed for it.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Raise the Rates issued their second annual Welfare Challenge last month. Participants were asked to eat on the amount of money a welfare recipient has left over after other expenses are paid.
Blog
Laura Brightwell | Laura Brightwell examines the trend in organic and fresh foods and argues that we are unhealthily obsessed with healthy eating.