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Near- and Offshore Finfish Aquaculture Poses Risks to the Environment and Public Health

CLF Report Highlights US Regulatory Gaps, Need for Policy Reforms.

 

 

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COP23

The Link between Meat and Climate Change

 

CLF goes to COP23 and explores how people are addressing the connection between climate change and meat consumption.

  1. Who Will Run the Future Farms?

    Will the food system continue to consolidate, with fewer larger farms, staffed by robots, and managed by GPS? Or will a new generation move toward a small-scale, diversified and localized food system?
    Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:04:06 +0000http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/centerforalivablefuture/~3/Z_8sBP3qzAA/who-will-run-the-future-farms
  2. Proposed Reforms to SNAP May Threaten Food System Equity and Access

    A political clash over millions of Americans’ access to food may be in store for this year.
    Wed, 10 Jan 2018 17:30:06 +0000http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/centerforalivablefuture/~3/FvfJybL_ipw/reforms-to-snap-may-threaten-food-system-equity-and-access
  3. A New Year’s Resolution You Might Actually Keep

    New Year’s resolutions are notoriously difficult to keep. How many of us have resolved on New Years past to join a gym, keep a journal, or learn a new language, and end up leaving it by the wayside come February? January 1 can be a powerful impetus to initiate behavior changes, but after that it […]
    Thu, 04 Jan 2018 18:53:55 +0000http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/centerforalivablefuture/~3/s_XRVEEWW94/new-years-resolution

Events and Multimedia

Fred Krischenman

Sustainable Ag Expert Fred Kirschenmann: Our Soil, Ourselves

Kirschenmann offers his vision of how we might face the future with respect to shifts and trends in land use, agriculture and food.
 

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Highlighted Resources

Foodspan

FoodSpan Curriculum

This free, downloadable curriculum provides high school students with a deep understanding of critical food system issues, empowers them to make healthy and responsible food choices, and encourages them to become advocates for food system change.

 

 

Our work is driven by the concept that public health, diet, food production and the environment are deeply interrelated and that understanding these relationships is crucial in pursuing a livable future.

Program areas

Food System Policy Program

The Center’s Food System Policy (FSP) program includes a diverse portfolio of projects and activities that aim to advance federal, state and local agriculture and food policies that protect the public’s health and the environment by supporting a healthy, equitable, and sustainable food system. Read More>>

Food Policy and Public Health

Food Production

At a time of unprecedented levels of food production, little about the industrial food production model is critically analyzed to reveal its hidden or externalized costs and unintended negative effects. Many of today’s industrial agriculture practices profoundly damage our soil, air, water, and ecosystem. Read More>>

Food Production and Public Health

Food Communities

The Center’s Food Communities and Public Health (FCPH) program focuses on developing relationships with communities to improve food environments, increase access to healthy food, and inform food and nutrition policy. Read More>>

Food Communities and Public Health

Food System Sustainability

Our long-term food security is under increasing stress. A convergence of issues—climate change, resource depletion, dysfunctional farm policies, and loss of biodiversity, among them—now threaten the availability of healthy food for an ever-increasing population. Read More>>

Food System Sustainability and Public Health
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