A public orchard, planted by and entrusted to the community, debuts in Los Angeles.
In today's sustainable snapshot, Chevron admits it won't do a thing to stop global warming, a 12 year-old boy recycles 8,000 shoes, and a new company pulls carbon out of thin air.
President Obama has so far declined to spend his political capital and on more than one occasion has taken Monsanto’s side. He has treated the food movement as a sentiment rather than a power, and who can blame him?
The holidays are a great time to look back on the progress we've made in the last year and prepare for what's ahead. With that in mind, here's a look at ten big environmental victories of 2012.