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Satellites Spot Deforestation in Almost-approved Peruvian National Park   Transcript
07/27/15
A proposed national park in Peru sits on the apparent cusp of approval, even as it suffers deforestation at the hands of illegal loggers, miners, and coca growers. >Ideas >Commentary
Revolution and Reaction in Biopharming   Transcript
Henry I. Miller 06/23/15
Henry I. Miller says that over-zealous regulation is preventing plants' drug-making potential from being realized. >Ideas >Commentary
The Next Pig Idea  
Irene Pedruelo 06/15/15
Food waste expert and environmentalist, Tristram Stuart, has had an unexpectedly big idea that could change the world. >Ideas >Innovations
Full Planet, Empty Plates   Transcript
05/26/15
"We are in transition today from an age of surpluses to an age of scarcity," says Lester Brown. The reasons are manifold and include population growth, climate change, and water scarcity. >Ideas >Commentary
Reversing Climate Change: A Vision of an Organic Planet  
"Coach" Mark Smallwood 05/05/15
Mark Smallwood, executive director at Rodale Institute, claims that a global shift to regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change. >Ideas >Innovations
"Coach" Mark Smallwood
"Coach" Mark Smallwood is executive director at Rodale Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach. >Innovators >People
Save Our Soils   Transcript
04/29/15
Healthy soils are crucial to human survival. We rely on them not only for food production, but also to help regulate Earth's climate, storing more carbon than all of the world’s forests combined. >Ideas >Commentary
Tourism, Farmers, & Technology in Africa: A Conversation With Eddie Mandhry from NYU Africa House   Transcript
Eddie Mandhry, Alex Woodson 03/06/15
"Across Africa there is a movement where people are adopting technologies and leapfrogging some of the developmental stages that you'd have to go through." >Ideas >Commentary
Eddie Mandhry
Eddie Mandhry is associate director of NYU Africa House and a member of the Carnegie New Leaders Steering Committee. >Innovators >People
Eating "Ugly," a New Healthy Trend  
Jordan Figueiredo 03/04/15
England and France are using creativity to push consumers to buy "ugly" fruits and vegetables. >Ideas >Innovations
Jordan Figueiredo
Jordan Figueiredo is a zero waste professional and food waste geek from California. >Innovators >People
"Soy is a Huge Cloud Over All Agriculture"  
Irene Pedruelo 01/22/15
Kathryn Redford has a mission: revolutionize the meat industry. How? By using insects in animal feed, instead of soy or corn. >Ideas >Innovations
Only 9 Percent of Public Ready to Eat Less Meat to Fight Climate Change   Transcript
12/03/14
Meat and dairy production accounts for 14.5 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, yet majority of people are unwilling to change diets.

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Feeding Nine Billion
Feeding Nine Billion (F9B) is an online project devoted to explore and better understand the implications of having to feed a growing world population. >Innovators >Organizations
Stanford Social Innovation Review
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Local Food Systems: A Green Way of Life, or a Luxury Only for Elites?   Transcript
10/28/14
While many celebrate salad greens, the local food movement is cultivating exclusivity and becoming less and less budget friendly. >Ideas >Commentary
What Are the Ecological Costs of China’s Future Food Imports?   Transcript
10/09/14
China's growing agribusinesses and demand for soybeans and meat is bringing intensive farming and the risk of further deforestation in Brazil and beyond. >Ideas >Commentary
Henry I. Miller
Henry I. Miller, a physician and molecular biologist, is the Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. >Innovators >People
Asit K.Biswas
Asit K. Biswas is an Indian environmental scientist and academic. He is the President of the Third World Center for Water Management. >Innovators >People
UN Population Growth Data is Bad News for Climate   Transcript
09/19/14
Most greenhouse-gas emissions and climate-change predictions have been based on the assumption that the planet's burden of humans will peak around 2050, and then begin a slow decline; but new analysis suggests an 80% probability global population will keep rising. >Ideas >Commentary

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