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This week’s Eco News features stories about the chicken price conspiracy; how insecticides are harming queen bees; if it’s possible to have healthy food at fast food prices - and much more!
We talk with David Kanter, Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies at New York University, about the problems caused by nitrogen pollution and how we can better manage this critical resource.
What do Velcro, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Stonehenge have in common? You guessed it: burdock! This not-so-pretty root vegetable has an interesting history, and features predominantly in Japanese and other cuisines. Read on to learn more about burdock - plus an easy recipe.
If all of us in pursuit of #bodygoals were to run out to the grocery store to buy the ingredients we needed to re-create our favorite celebrities’ eating habits, what would be the cumulative effect on the planet? We’ve put together a list of the latest diet trends and each of their environmental impacts.