Influencer Mud Baron - featured
6 mentions — 4 days ago 4 days ago
Talented Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko has an eye for taking photos that bring small natural worlds up to our level, showing us how the world might look if we could see it through the eyes of an ant, snail or lizard. Mishchenko's interest with the miniature natural ...
16 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
Twitter and Facebook are valuable tools for social enterprises, here are our top tips on how to use them
21 mentions — 2 days ago 2 days ago
Three years after the vicious 2011 tsunami devastated Japan, University of Tokyo researchers are using UAVs to map the radioactive cleanup progress.
2 mentions — 7 days ago 7 days ago
Is it getting sleepy in here?
4 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
According to a new study, nearly one in three U.S. adults with a chronic disease has problems paying for food, medicine, or both. That doesn't have to be the case.
11 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
The healthiest and most diverse food offerings from some of America's most food savvy schools
7 mentions — 6 days ago 6 days ago
Garden pests are one of the few things I find frustrating about gardening.Whether it's the snails taking over your lettuce or the aphids sucking on your roses — it's definitely annoying — but not a reason to fret and reach for harmful, toxic sprays.They might eliminate the pesky ...
6 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
25 tons of perfectly edible PB are sent to the dump, thanks to a spat between Costco and a processing plant.
19 mentions — 6 days ago 6 days ago
Just don't call them cheese. Inside the food science behind Kraft's new artisanal branding.
20 mentions — 4 days ago 4 days ago
As vertical farming takes root in cities around the world, critics fear it's leaving a big carbon footprint. An experiment in Chicago turning garbage into energy aims to prove them wrong.
8 mentions — 5 days ago 5 days ago
An author suggests children learn to use a kitchen knife -- and provokes more plaudits than protests. Has overprotective parenting peaked?
7 mentions — 7 days ago 7 days ago
When you take pictures of food, do you take pictures of the healthy stuff, too?
11 mentions — 3 days ago 3 days ago
Alan Yuhas: Steinbeck didn't want us to lose hope – he wanted us to get angry at those who would strip hope from us
3 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
Jamie Oliver (@jamieoliver) accepts the #Food Shorty Award at the 6th Annual Shorty Awards in NYC.
8 mentions — 4 days ago 4 days ago
The New York Times columnist argues that America's large financial sector has done more harm than good
11 mentions — 7 days ago 7 days ago
New York's bike share really does attract way more commuters than tourists.
12 mentions — 4 days ago 4 days ago
The fundraising platform wants to be a place where projects for good get off the ground.
13 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
The TV network Showtime has just released the first episode of its newest production, Years of Living Dangerously, which is investigating how climate change is already impacting our lives and secur...
3 mentions — 1 day ago 1 day ago
Walmart's announcement last week that it would sell organics at prices comparable to conventional foods has been met with skepticism.
2 mentions — 4 days ago 4 days ago
This area of Chicago was once known for the meatpacking industry. Today, The Plant hopes to make it a destination for sustainable agriculture.
15 mentions — 1 week ago 1 week ago
One of the best ways to help change the environment is to avoid factory-farmed animal products, as well as GMOs.
7 mentions — 5 hours ago 5 hours ago
A landmark study has revealed the UK is suffering one of the worst rates of honeybee colony deaths in Europe.
45 mentions — 2 days ago 2 days ago
Following the collapse of his own social business, Matthew Cain discusses what makes a social business fail
3 mentions — 4 days ago 4 days ago
Push a heavy train up a hill when power is aplenty. Let it roll back down when electricity is needed. Simple as that, says the startup pursuing the...
4 mentions — 1 day ago 1 day ago
Scientists and food activists are launching a campaign to promote seeds that can be freely shared, rather than protected through patents and licenses. They call it the Open Source Seed Initiative.