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Dr. Monica Unseld details her journey from scientist to activist and discusses how science institutions can forge successful partnerships with communities.
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One billion people lack adequate access to food. To address this, we need smart changes to the food system—not false solutions.
For too long, Tyson Foods has gotten away with putting farmers out of business, exploiting workers, poisoning our water and land, and gouging consumers.
There’s a transformation taking place on farms across the United States.
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Tyson Foods influences farming practices on nearly 10 million acres of cropland—an area roughly twice the size of New Jersey.
Food systems and health analyst Sarah Reinhardt discusses recent updates to the USDA's Thrifty Food Plan.
Diet-related disease, climate change, and environmental degradation exact an enormous toll on human and planetary health. These challenges can be addressed in part by shifting what we eat and how we produce food.
Economist Rebecca Boehm and Nina Lakhani, journalist at The Guardian, expose the harms of chicken production practices at Tyson.