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The average American uses about 2,200 gallons per day.
Find out how you compare and what you can do to shrink your water footprint!
Since 2003, The Meatrix has educated over 30 million consumers about the problems caused by factory farms. A decade later, it's the same fight, with new fronts. Watch and share!
With so many considerations to weigh when you look for fish caught or farmed sustainably, you may feel overwhelmed. Here are resources to help navigate the seemingly countless seafood choices out there.
Here are tips to help you shrink your water footprint. The recommendations on this list are just a start in an effort to save more water.
We highlight the connections among food, water and energy, promoting a sustainable future through our projects including:
ReFED, a food waste reduction coalition leader, created two new tools that help connect people and map the food waste landscape throughout the United States.
Avocadoes are versatile, nutritious and delicious. But they are also resource intensive to grow, can be quite expensive and for many of us represent a significant amount of food miles spent. You don’t need to quit your avocado habit, but it’s a good idea to enjoy every last bite of the avocados that you buy. Here’s how.
The 1990s ad campaign from milk producers, "Got Milk?," permeated the ad world and transcended into pop culture. Yet despite the public’s awareness of milk and dairy products, farmers still need to dump millions of gallons of milk every year.
Kellee James is the Founder and CEO of Mercaris, a market data service and trading platform for organic, non-GMO and other identity-preserved agricultural commodities. Kellee offers perspective on the challenges and rewards of bringing innovative food system solutions to life.
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