WIRED has recently posted an informative article on greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture that shows how difficult it is.
Both the federal government and some state governments are advancing “climate-smart agriculture.”
Agrology, a seed-stage climate technology start-up, today announced that the company is one of six partners awarded approximately $5M in funding from the USDA’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities initiative.
Tamar Haspel, writing in the Washington Post, has assessed foods in regard to their effect on climate health. Vegetables turn out badly.
International Fresh Produce Association has announced that the pilot program project they submitted with a group of partners has been selected by the USDA to receive funding.
Brambles, CHEP’s parent company, announced its commitment to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2040.
At Equitable Food Initiative (EFI), as we consider changing climate realities, we partnered with Kitchen Table Consultants to evaluate the state of the Midwest fresh fruit and vegetable industry.
International Fresh Produce Association applauds the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s announcement detailing their commitment to invest $1 billion through their Partnership for Climate-Smart Commodities opportunity.
A coalition of more than 300 environmental and farming groups are urging Congress to adopt food and agriculture solutions for climate change. Ag is already ahead of them.