Kendra Klein: Reducing Exposure to Pesticides, a Scientifically Proven Way
Today on Rootstock Radio, Kendra Klein, senior staff scientist at Friends of the Earth, shares an exciting study about how organic diets reduce pesticide exposure in the body.
The Power of Collective Action: Drawdown EcoChallenge
During Earth Month, the annual Drawdown EcoChallenge encourages groups to take action on the 100 most impactful solutions to global warming -- and they make it fun!
Eric Holt-Giménez: Hope for a Democratic Food System
Today on Rootstock Radio, Eric Holt-Gimenez of Food First shares whether we can feed the world without destroying it, why a "free market" isn't actually free at all, how hunger isn't a scarcity issue, and why democracy is vital to a healthy food
The Simple Choice that Makes a Big Impact
The nutritional benefits of a tall glass of milk are widely acknowledged, but this means people don’t always stop to consider the quality of the milk they drink. Here’s why organic matters.
Naomi Starkman of Civil Eats on Fixing TWO Broken Systems: Food & Media
Naomi Starkman, founder and editor-in-chief of Civil Eats, explains why journalistic integrity around food and agriculture is so important, and how they strive to be part of the solution to fixing the broken systems around food and media.
Bee-Friendly Solar is a Win-Win-Win for People, Planet and Pollinators
Solar is a huge opportunity for our energy system and for farmers. Add on planet-friendly landscaping practices and you get “common sense solar” that benefits soil, air, pollinators, and grazers as well!