Fairfood Friday #35
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Fairfood Friday #35

20 January 2012, 9:01

Every Friday we round up the most interesting, inspiring or funny stories we came across while conducting research for our news stories. This week: 8 Mighty Rivers Run Dry From Overuse.

Have you read something we should know about? Please let us know in the comments. 

8 Mighty Rivers Run Dry from Overuse
This story is part of a special National Geographic News series on global water issues. Your Vote Every Single Day
A reminder that as consumers, we have power to change the world.NGOs Upbeat over China’s Environmental Transparency Progress
Survey reveals greater pressure on major players such as Apple and the Beijing government to clean up.Vegetable Garden Planner at Mother News Earth
Are you planning to grow some of your own foodthis year? If what’s standing between you and a vegetable garden is doubt, Mother Earth News just might have the solution.Five Packaged Foods You Never Need to Buy Again
What did you resolve to do this year? Eat healthier? Avoid processed foods?

Will 3D Printers See the End of Consumerism?
Radical technology looks set to turn consumers into creators, cutting out waste, packaging and miles.

Eating Vegan: A Complete Guide to Vegan Cooking for Beginners
There is an indisputable trend sweeping America’s refrigerators and grocery carts, making animal agribusiness folks uneasy and ecovores optimistic: people are eating less meat.

Gee Whiz, Why Not Recycle Urine for Drinking Water?
The U.S. can no longer afford to ignore sewage as a source of drinking water, scientists argue.


Dirkje Koene is an E-campaigner for Fairfood International.

Image credits: Zerega (CC License)




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